The Kitchen official trailer was released a few days back and here are the details you need to know about the Netflix movie.
Directed by Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares, this upcoming science-fiction drama undercuts a dystopian London where the lower class is constantly ruled against a brutal and unforgiving ruling class in a society where social housing is taboo and has been eliminated. Instead, the working class makes up the residents of the place.
“I’m getting out of this place”. Izi (Kane Robinson) is seen telling a man in the riveting trailer – who reverts equally grumbly, “It’s our home’.
What Does The Kitchen Trailer Reveal?
Jedaiah Bannerman who plays Benji who interestingly turns out to be Izi’s long-lost son and they both fight to escape a place plagued by violence as their community refuses to leave the place they call ‘home’.
The two-minute trailer mostly focuses on a series of action sequences that depict the brutality of London and its police state. In the trailer of The Kitcher, you can see a group of people stealing a truck and donating stuff to the poor, later you find out the Police smashing their shops and beating the people.
However, it keeps us engrossed.
The film serves Kaluuya and Tavares’ feature directorial debuts – and the star who co-wore the film with Joe Murtagh and produced along with Daniel, Emmerson – we can only hope for the best from ‘The Kitchen’. It also stars Hope Ikpoku Jr, Ian Wright, BackRoad Gee, Demmy Ladipo, and Cristale.
When Is the Film Hitting Netflix?
After the phenomenal debut at the 67th London Film Festival in October, ‘The Kitchen’ is all set to drop on Netflix screens on January 19, 2024 – and we’re all set to see the battle as the gap between the rich and poor turns dramatic in a dystopian world set in the backdrops of British London