WHO’S IN IT?
Marchánt Davis (film debut), Anna Kendrick (A Simple Favour), Danielle Brooks (I Dream Too Much), Denis O’Hare (Dallas Buyers Club), Jim Gaffigan (Hot Pursuit), Miles Robbins (My Friend Dahmer), Pej Vahdat (A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night), Adam David Thompson (Glass), Kayvan Novak (Four Lions), Mousa Kraish (Munich), James Adomian (Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay), Malcolm Mays (Southpaw)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Christopher Morris (Four Lions), director, writer, composer; Jesse Armstrong (In The Loop), writer; Iain Canning (The King’s Speech), Anne Carey (The Diary of a Teenage Girl), Derrin Schlesinger (American Animals) and Emile Sherman (Lion), producers; Seb Rochford (film debut) and Jonathan Whitehead (film debut), composers; Marcel Zyskind (The Two Faces of January), cinematographer; Billy Sneddon (Stan & Ollie), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Moses (David) is the impoverished preacher for a small Hebrew Israelite commune in Miami. He is offered money to help save his family from eviction, but little does he know that his sponsor is actually working for FBI agent Kendra Glack (Kendrick), who plans to turn him into a criminal by funding his eccentric revolutionary dreams, so that she can look good in front of her boss (O’Hare)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Christopher Morris, who with his last film Four Lions did the unthinkable and made suicide bombing funny, is back with a satirical stab at the American justice system in a story that’s based on a hundred true ones.