WHO’S IN IT?
Viola Davis (Fences), Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar), Elizabeth Debicki (The Great Gatsby), Cynthia Erivo (Bad Times at the El Royale), Colin Farrell (In Bruges), Brian Tyree Henry (Hotel Artemis), Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out), Jacki Weaver (Animal Kingdom), Carrie Coon (Gone Girl), Robert Duvall (The Godfather), Liam Neeson (Taken), Manuel Garcia-Rulfo (The Magnificent Seven), Jon Bernthal (Wind River), Garret Dillahunt (Looper), Michael Harney (Erin Brockovich), Matt Walsh (The Hangover), Adepero Oduye (12 Years A Slave), Ann Mitchell (The Deep Blue Sea)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave), director, writer, producer; Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl), writer; Iain Canning (The King’s Speech), Arnon Milchan (The Revenant) and Emile Sherman (Lion), producers; Hans Zimmer (Inception), composer; Sean Bobbitt (Shame), cinematographer; Joe Walker (Blade Runner 2049), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Veronica (Davis), Linda (Rodriguez), Alice (Debicki) and Belle (Erivo) are all left with a serious debt to pay after their husbands are killed during a heist. Determined to take their fate into their own hands, the women team up to complete the robbery and wipe their palette clean before local gangster Jamal (Henry) can come to collect what is his…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Steve McQueen’s most contemporary film to date is still an extremely stylish and intelligent bit of popcorn entertainment which sets itself way above some of the much bigger-budgeted fare out there.