London: Hollywood beauty Nicole Kidman says her new psychological thriller `Trespass` left her emotionally disturbed.
The `Moulin Rouge` star, who will be seen sharing screen space with the veteran actor Nicolas Cage in the film, cried out because of the story, which traces the story of a wealthy husband and wife who find their home encroached by strangers, Contactmusic reported.
"I came downstairs the other night, and I was crying, and my husband was like `Why are you crying?` and I realised it`s getting to me. The violence and abuse that I`m shooting on camera must have somehow permeated into my mind off the set," said the 43-year-old actor who found the work too distressing.
Meanwhile, the movie`s director Joel Schumacher insisted that the film, slated for next year release, creates panic on people`s mind regarding strangers entering their house.
"I think that`s probably most of our fears. That, in the middle of the night, you`re going to wake up and there`s somebody in your house or apartment. And we`ve seen it in all the news stories and it`s a question of why are these people breaking in on this night and how did they know to do this at this time," said Schumacher.