My Policeman premieres at TIFF – Film News |


“My Policeman” will have its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival.

The romantic drama – starring Harry Styles, David Dawson and Emma Corrin – hits theaters from October 21, before being available worldwide on Amazon Prime Video from November 4, but it will premiere at TIFF in September.

“My Policeman” was directed by Michael Grandage and written by Ron Nyswaner, and is based on the book of the same name by Bethan Roberts.

Set in Brighton in the 1950s, it tells the story of Tom (Styles), a gay policeman who marries a schoolteacher named Marion (Corrin) while being in a relationship with Patrick (Dawson), a museum curator.

It also harkens back to the 1990s, where Tom (Linus Roache), Marion (Gina McKee), and Patrick (Rupert Everett) are still reeling from the past, but have one last chance to undo the damage.

Meanwhile Harry, 28, previously warned that ‘My Policeman’ and his other upcoming film ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ are ‘not suitable for families’.

He said, “I don’t know if you can watch either with your parents! I’ll have to do another one!”

When asked if it was true that there were “pretty naughty scenes” in both movies, he confirmed, “Yeah.”

Harry – who appears alongside Florence Pugh in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ and Emma and David in ‘My Policeman’ – also revealed he felt “very lucky” to have built a relationship of “trust with her co-stars while filming their sex. scenes, so there was no awkwardness.

He said: “I think it depends a lot on the person you work with and the situation. All I can say from my own experience is that I was very lucky to have a relationship. trust with the people we were working with and that kind of stuff came first, so it was all discussed and it was all very, like, ‘OK above filming, above whatever’s going on, it’s the cameras, it’s me and you, we do his together, and we trust each other and if at some point, you know, we can stop anytime and all that kind of stuff.

“I had never done that in front of a camera – at least I don’t think so!”


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