The highly anticipated queer film My Policeman opens in theaters tomorrow and will hit Prime Video on November 4.
The film stars pop star Harry Style, gay actor David Dawson, and nonbinary actor Emma Corrin as three young people caught up in a love triangle.
My Policeman toggles between past and present, with Styles as the young Tom Burgess, a Brighton policeman discovering his identity at a time in England when queerness was criminalized and LGBTQ+ people were routinely jailed.
The Crown's Corrin is Tom’s wife Marion while Dawson stars as Tom’s lover Patrick. Linus Roache, who played a closeted Catholic in 1994’s Priest plays present-day Tom while Gina McKee plays the older Marion. Rupert Everett, who is gay and played gay as far back as Another Country in 1984 before becoming widely known for playing Julia Roberts’s fabulous pal in My Best Friend’s Wedding, plays Patrick in the present.
My Policeman is based on Bethan Roberts’s novel of the same name. Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia, Freeheld) wrote the screenplay while Michael Grandage directs.
Below find some images from the film as well as interviews with the actors.
(Images via Prime Video.)