Australian director Jennifer Kent made a big first impression with her debut feature, The Babadook, but she’s turned with something entirely different in The Nightingale. At about two and a half hours long, Kent’s second film is a revenge epic that follows a young Irish woman driven by rage and sorrow across the wilds of Australia to hunt down the men who harmed her family. In the first trailer we see Aisling Franciosi as Clare, aided by a reluctant tracker named Billy (Baykali Ganambarr), as she sets out on her quest for retribution against a small group of military men. The worst among them is Sam Claflin as Hawkins, who pushes his talents for playing smarmy and unlikable to new heights, But it’s a race to the bottom for that title in this despicable group. Clare is not always an easy heroine to root for, and The Nightingale digs into the racist relations between Aboriginal people and white colonizers on the continent. Altogether, Kent has made another movie that will keep you processing it long after the credits roll, and you can see it in theaters starting August 2nd.