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A bold and angry satire that challenges viewers’ most deeply entrenched ideas and assumptions about power and race, BLACK COP has been one of the year’s most talked-about Canadian features, and for good reason. Upping the ante from his already provocative short film of the same name, Cory Bowles – a Halifax actor and filmmaker more widely known for his tenure on TRAILER PARK BOYS – doesn’t pull any punches with this story of a police officer (Ronnie Rowe, Jr.) whose own race puts him in between a system he suspects can never fully accept him and an enraged community who sees him as a tool of the man. BLACK COP’s nameless protagonist responds to his crisis in ways that audiences may find exciting, disturbing or both at once.
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Part of: 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival
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