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TIFF: 'My Cops' received warmly (but not as loud as Harry Styles' screams outside)

If Saturday night was Steven Spielberg at the Toronto Film Festival ), then Sunday night is almost certainly for Harry style .

My Police , in which the musician plays an out gay in England in , in Wales The Princess Theatre had its world premiere, and a crowd of six people had already gathered behind the barrier hours before the film started.

Directed by Michael Grandage and based on the novel by Bethan Roberts, My Cop saw Stiles play Tom, a police officer who lives in Brighton , he Has a crush on Patrick (David Dawson), the curator of the museum. The pair kept their relationship a secret due to the repressive laws of the time, and Tom married Marion, a local teacher (Emma Colin) , her jealousy can have devastating consequences. Switch to 1990 Three (played by Linus Roach, Rupert Everett and Gina McKee) Still struggling with regret, but looking to repair damage done years ago 40.

The film was greeted warmly by the audience with three minutes of applause, and when Grandach and the actors took the stage, the crowd rose (many, naturally, when Screaming when Styles appeared).

Dressed in a dark green double-breasted suit and light green trousers, Styles talks about the friendship he’s forged with his co-star.

“Having a real foundation of friendship outside of the characters can last four months of friendship, and it doesn’t take much acting,” he said. “And in the most intense scenes, there’s a sense of trust and security there.”

Before the screening, Grandage reflects on that moment as -year-old when one of the kids at his school called him “queer”.

“So I asked my dad what queer was, and he said it was a nasty word for gay,” he said. “I asked him what homosexuality is and he said homosexuality is a free spirit.”

Venice Film Festival for Olivia Wilde’s play Don’t worry darling, where reported – but then denied it – with Chris Pine The “Tumen” controversy was arguably the biggest talking point at the premiere.

Press release earlier Sunday before the premiere of My Police Speaking at the meeting, style reflects his greatest takeaways from the film’s story.

“The reason this story is so devastating to me is because in the end, the whole story is about wasting time and I think wasting Time is the most damaging thing,” he said. “Because it’s one thing we have no control over,” he continued. “It’s the one thing you can’t get back. And I think the one thing I think is important — no matter what life you’re living — comes at the end of the day, when you look back on being with someone you love.”




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