"When a coveted promotion at a cutthroat financial firm arises, once supportive exchanges between lovers Emily (Phoebe Dynevor) and Luke (Alden Ehrenreich) begin to sour into something more sinister," the synopsis reads.
The pair must confront the true cost of achievement and the unsettling boundaries of ambition as their power dynamics inevitably shift.
Fair Play, Phoebe Dynevor's Netflix thriller, is a far cry from Bridgerton's Daphne.
The 28-year-old actress stars opposite Oppenheimer's Alden Ehrenreich in the sexual picture, which opens in UK theatres on Friday 6 October and hits streaming platforms a week later.
The original film follows engaged financial analysts Emily and Luke, whose relationship is forbidden by their employment.
When Emily is promoted unexpectedly, the power dynamic threatens more than their romance.
Netflix calls Chloe Domont's debut film "a tense and emotional thrill ride that tests the very core of a young couple's relationship".
In her feature debut, writer-director Chloe Domont confronts the harmful gender dynamics that push partners against each other in a world changing faster than the norms. Fair Play stars Eddie Marsan, Rich Sommer, and Sebastian De Souza.