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“Downton Abbey” star Joanne Froggatt has joined Wendell Pierce and Jurnee Smollett-Bell in the indie drama “One Last Thing,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Writer-director Tim Rouhana is making his directorial debut with the film. Alexa L. Fogel and Brendan Mason are producing the movie on behalf of Beech Hill Films, in association with Low Profile Films.

“One Last Thing” tells the story of a lonely dentist in Florida whose days are filled by work and his solo daily golf game. When he’s confronted by a figure from the past who brings news that he has an adult daughter living in Brooklyn, he begins to journey outside of his comfort zone.

Froggatt received three Emmy nominations for her role as the maid Anna Bates in “Downton Abbey.” She won the Golden Globe for best supporting actress in television in 2014. “One Last Thing” is her first American movie role.

“This is a win for ‘One Last Thing’ … and America,” Mason said.

Froggatt most recently finished filming “A Storm in the Stars” alongside Elle Fanning, Tom Sturridge, Maisie Williams and Douglas Booth. She is represented by UTA and Principal Entertainment.