Theo's (Ansel Elgort) life is torn in two when his mother is killed in a terrorist bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He survives, carrying out of the rubble a priceless work of art: 'The Goldfinch'.
Taken in by wealthy socialite Samantha (Nicole Kidman), Theo nevertheless descends into a life of crime. As he grows, dark truths start to envelop him and the painting that remains his source of hope.
Adapting Donna Tartt's bestselling Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, John Crowley (Brooklyn) pulls together a cast full of heavy hitters and young talent (Finn Wolfhard, Sarah Paulson, Jeffrey Wright and Luke Wilson among them). A globe-trotting, multi-generational story that is gripping to the last.