“Resurrection” plays it pretty straightforward as a psychological thriller until reaching the bun in the oven.

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No, for real, there’s a cooked baby in a stove that's bound to bother even the most horror-loving of parents.

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“If it doesn't hit you in the pit of the stomach, we screwed something up,”

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writer and director Andrew Semans says of the scene that sparks an increasingly dark tale leading up to an unforgettable finale he simply calls “the C-section.”

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“Resurrection” (in theaters and on Apple TV and other on-demand platforms) stars Rebecca Hall as Margaret, 

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a working single mom with an extremely ordered life who’s very protective of her college-ready daughter.

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But Margaret’s heart sinks one day when she sees David (Tim Roth), an older man from the traumatic past she’s put behind her.

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Did I do a good job as a parent? Did I adequately prepare my child for this life?’ " says Semans, who became a father for the first time himself three weeks ago.

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