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Release date for Harry Styles’ LGBT romance film My Policeman revealed

My Policeman, an LGBTQ+ romance film starring Harry Styles as a locked-up gay police officer in 1950s England, is due out later this year.

my policemanan LGBTQ+ romance movie starring Harry Styles, gets a release date. my policeman is based on a 2012 novel of the same name by author Bethan Roberts. Michael Grandage directed the film adaptation from a screenplay by Ron Nyswaner, who also wrote philadelphia cream and Free. my policeman stars Styles, Emma Corrin, David Dawson, Linus Roache, Gina McKee and Rupert Everett. The story sees older Marion (McKee) and Tom (Roache) take on Patrick (Everett), who begins an exploration of events 40 years into their past, with Corrin, Styles and Dawson playing their younger counterparts. Their story set in 1950s Brighton, England, sees Tom as a young gay policeman who is forced to remain cooped up in a society where being gay is illegal. While dating Marion, Tom begins an affair with Patrick but suppresses his true feelings, marrying Marion and causing emotional conflict for everyone involved.


By Prime Video, my policeman is set to hit theaters on October 21. It will then stream worldwide on Prime Video from November 4, giving audiences their first opportunities to see the film.

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my policeman is set to be Styles’ most intense role to date. His acting resume has seen him tackle minor roles like Alex in Christopher Nolan Dunkirk and Eros in Marvel Eternals. And while he should appear alongside Florence Pugh in Oliva Wilde don’t worry darling Later this year, my policeman offers a unique acting challenge with emotion and depth unlike anything the music star-turned-actor has faced before. More details on my policeman will likely be coming closer to the film’s release.

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