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Prime Video drops trailer of Harry Styles starrer ‘My Policeman’: Watch it here

The romantic drama is set to release globally on Prime Video on November 4
Harry Styles stars in his first leading role in ‘My Policeman’.
Harry Styles stars in his first leading role in ‘My Policeman’.
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Entertainment Web Desk   |   Calcutta   |   Published 16.06.22, 11:54 AM

Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday released a teaser trailer of My Policeman, a feature film starring English pop star Harry Styles in his first lead role.  

The streaming platform posted the trailer of the film on Twitter on June 15. “Let it take hold of you. #MyPoliceman, coming to select theaters on October 21 and Prime Video on November 4,” the tweet read. 

Alongside Harry Styles, the cast of My Policeman includes David Dawson, Rupert Everett, Emma Corrin and Gina McKee. It is directed by Michael Grandage and written by Ron Nyswaner, based on Bethan Roberts’ book of the same name. 

Watch the teaser trailer here:

The one-minute-six-second-long teaser trailer highlighted the trio's strained relationship but revealed nothing about what's in store for the next period drama. The three look to be close friends, but the relationship between the two men appears to be generating a larger rift in the group, as they try to suppress their love for one another.

The romantic drama focuses on themes like forbidden love and changing social norms, with Styles playing Tom Burgess, a 1950s Brighton police officer who marries school teacher Marion while having a gay relationship with museum curator Patrick.

This is the fourth film appearance for Styles, who shot to fame as a solo artist from the British boy band One Direction. He has already released his third solo album Harry’s House in May. 

The 28-year-old’s other film credits include Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk and Olivia Wilde’s drama Don’t Worry Darling, which is releasing in theaters in September. He also played a cameo in Marvel’s Eternals.

The romantic drama will be released in theatres in the US and the UK on October 21, and on Prime Video worldwide on November 4.



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