‘Clock’ Trailer: Dianna Agron Experiences A Fertility Nightmare In Hulu’s New Medical Horror

From childhood, females are taught that true fulfillment as a woman can only come by being a mother. But being a parent isn’t for everyone. Some people just don’t have the desire for it. And yet, societal pressures are always there. Dianna Agron’s feeling that pressure in Hulu’s fertility horror, Clock, which has just dropped a new trailer.

Agron plays Ella, a woman with no desire to be a mother but has given in to societal pressures. Fearing her biological clock is broken, she signs up for a clinical trial that promises to fix it. But it isn’t long before the ominous music and talk of mysterious hormones and implants tell us that Ella is in for a nightmarish doctor visit.

The film is directed by Alexis Jacknow in her directorial debut, and co-stars Jay Ali, Saul Rubinek, and Melora Hardin.

Agron can be seen tomorrow attemping to make first contact in the sci-fi drama ACIDMAN. You can check out an interview with her here!

Clock streams on Hulu beginning April 28th. The film will have its world premiere tomorrow, March 31st, at the Overlook Film Festival.

Travis Hopson
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