Netflix has released the trailer for fair play (Fair play), his new erotic thriller starring Phoebe Dynevor (The Bridgertons) and Alden Ehrenreich (Oppenheimer), under the direction of the American filmmaker Chloe Domont (billions, clarice). A first film that will land on the platform on October 13.
fair play tells the story of the secret relationship that two workers maintain at work, which will end up being dynamited with an unexpected promotion in his financial company. This will push the couple over the edge and threaten to undo much more than just their recent engagement.
In the trailer we can see how the commitment between Emily (Dynevor) and Luke (Ehrenreich) is about to cause them to tell everyone about their secret life, but her promotion will put her in the eye of the hurricane of all those who craved that position.
Complete the cast of the film Eddie Marsan (evening), Rich Sommer (the williams method), Sebastian DeSouza (pixies) and Jamie Wilkes (Living room), among others.
Critics praise ‘Fair Play’ after its run at Sundance
The film received numerous accolades after its passage through the sundance festivals and even the American media dared to place her as one of the great titles of the end of this year, that they did not even rule out that he was present at the awards season.
“The first film of Chloe Domont has a lot to say about the post-#MeToo world and has a lot of fun doing it,” said Varietywhile rolling stones extolled its great value. “This mix of sex, bad behavior, corporate intrigue and more sex is a magnificent and raunchy trip back in time,” the newspaper reported.
“Some outlandish twists test credulity in the final act, but the film is like a small miracle: a sensual and intelligent thriller for an adult audience,” he said. Entertainment Weekly.
fair play was one of Netflix’s most relevant acquisitions at Sundance 2023where he also bought the rights to other films such as run away rabbit run away. Some sources even suggest that the company could have paid between 15 and 20 million dollars for the exploitation of the film on its platform.
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