If you loved the impeccable attention to mise en scène and beautiful cinematography of Tom Ford's first film A Single Man, get ready to devour his next flick. Nocturnal Animals sees the designer return to the director's chair for the adaptation of Austin's Wright's novel Tony and Susan. A psychological mystery with dual unravelling storylines, Nocturnal Animals premiered at the Venice and Toronto film festivals this year to much acclaim.

Watch the trailer for Tom Ford’s new film Nocturnal Animals

The novel-within-a-film premise focuses on art gallery owner Susan (Amy Adams) who receives a manuscript written by ex husband Tony (Jake Gyllenhaal) which is dedicated to her. The story is both violent and disturbing, setting off a series of flashbacks of Tony and Susan's disastrous marriage. Described by The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw as a "meta-mystery-thriller" with a "double-shot of horror and Nabokovian despair" this part revenge fantasy, part horror flick also stars Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Armie Hammer, Laura Linney and two more glamorous redheads: Isla Fisher and Ellie Bamber. Add it to your must-see list for November.

Nocturnal Animals arrive in Australian cinemas on November 10.

Watch the trailer for Tom Ford’s new film Nocturnal Animals