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Russell Tovey and Tom Blyth Set to Star in a New Gay Drama

Starring the formidable pair, Russell Tovey and Tom Blyth, Plainclothes promises to vividly animate a cherished queer narrative.

Blythe & Tovey: A Dazzling Duo

That’s right! Tom Blyth, the heartthrob from The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes, and Russell Tovey, known for his roles in Looking and Years and Years, are teaming up to lead the cast in this much-anticipated queer drama. Set against the backdrop of a gripping true story, their combined star power is sure to ignite the film with unmatched intensity and charm.

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A Story that Speaks Volumes

Plainclothes takes us on a thrilling journey to Syracuse, New York, during the 1990s, where an undercover cop is on a mission to entrap gay men. But here’s the twist – he finds himself unexpectedly drawn to one of his targets. Inspired by true events and echoing the protests of the human rights group OutRage! against police entrapment in the ’90s, this film is not just entertainment; it’s a powerful narrative that resonates with struggles and triumphs from the past.

Behind the Scenes of ‘Plainclothes’

The brains behind the film is none other than the talented Carmen Emmi, who’s making waves with his directorial debut. Produced by the visionary trio of Arthur Landon, Colby Cote, and Eric Podwall, this film is all set to be a cinematic masterpiece that tackles complex themes like identity, love, and the battle against societal norms.

Why You Can’t Miss It

With a compelling story, a stellar cast, and a team of creative geniuses behind the scenes, Plainclothes is more than just a movie; it’s an experience. As Russell Tovey once remarked, reflecting on the era of Section 28, this film is a tribute to those who’ve navigated the challenges of self-expression and acceptance in a not-so-accepting world.

So, mark your calendars and get ready to be swept off your feet by this enchanting and thought-provoking drama that promises to be a feast for the senses and a celebration of love in its purest form.

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Russell Tovey and Tom Blyth Set to Star in a New Gay Drama

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