Harry Styles visits Toronto for the premiere of "My Policeman"
Harry Styles debuted the tragic gay romance "My Policeman" less than a week
after the highly anticipated premiere of "Don't Worry Darling" in Venice, and did so with just as much fanfare but a little less drama.
Styles' performance in "My Policeman," in which he worked as stars with
Emma Corrin and David Dobson, is possibly his most dramatic till date.
He plays a secretly gay police officer in Brighton, England, in the 1950s who marries
a local teacher despite falling in love with a museum curator (Dobson) (Corrin).
It's a classy period drama, inspired by the life of “Howards End” author E.M. Forster
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