Amazon Prime Video has dropped the latest trailer of the upcoming Harry Styling featuring the film My Policeman. The new trailer shares a glance that confirms the romantic drama film will fulfill the expectations of the audience. The brand-new trailer reveals the character of Tom who is elaborating on how a painting of an ocean can give such a feeling to museum curator Patrick as it has been played by Linus Roache. He also has described the way that the image makes him feel, the trailer just cutting down In between Yom, Patrick, and Tom’s wife Marion.
In this context, we have seen such conflict that he feels to be torn between the two from where his feelings for Patrick have not been granted, even if he just feels there would “pull him under.”
The story of My Policeman is based on the 2012 novel having the same name that’s just written by Bethan Roberts. It follows the 1950s Britain plot of Styles character Tom who is a gay policeman who falls his love with a museum curator named Patrick. the brand-new romantic drama film reveals the themes of the forbidden love, and just taking a shift from such social conventions.
There is a school teacher named Marion who falls in love with Tom and due to some social time period constraints, the two become married. After many years, Tom is still in love with Patrick which leads to enhance jealousy in Marion for such events leading to all of their lives being uplifted and modified.
My Policeman: Cast
My Policeman film adaptation has been directed by Michael Grandage. The screenplay has been penned by Ton Nyswaner. Including Styles, Roache, and Corrin, the cast also fills such upcoming movies that contain Gina McKee, David Dawson, and Rupert Ever. The producers of the film contain Greg Berlainti, and also his husband Robbie Rogers, along with Sarah Schechter, Cora Palfrey, and Philip Herd.
My Policeman: Release date
My Policeman will come to the theaters on 21st October 2022, and for Amazon Prime Video, it will be available for stream on 4th November 2022.
Here is the trailer:
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