Life’s A ‘Drag’ In Jamie Paterson’s Tucked UK Trailer

A tender heart-warming tale of love, loss and friendship, Tucked has been winning multiple international awards including both Grand Jury and Audience Awards at L.A. OUTFest and features fantastic performances from Derren Nesbitt and Jordan Stephens.

Bulldog Distribution are all frocked up and ready for a high-heeled night on tiles! They have sent us the film’s UK Trailer, check it out…

TUCKED is a raw and tender drama about Jackie (Derren Nesbitt), an ageing 80 year old drag queen who forms an unlikely friendship with Faith (Jordan Stephens), a younger queen, both struggling with their own issues of gender identity & mortality. As they discover more about each other, they realise how to truly be themselves.

A charming, heart-warming tale of love, loss and friendship, Tucked is a classic British ‘slice of life’ story that echoes works like Funny Cow, Kinky Boots, The Dresser and TV’s Benidorm.

The film stars Derren Nesbitt, best known for Victim, Where Eagles Dare and popular TV series such as The Persuaders and The Return of the Saint offers a sympathetic portrayal as Jackie whilst Jordan Stephens (Star Wars: Rogue One), aka ‘Rizzle’, vocalist from Rizzle Kicks, plays Faith. The film also features Sightseers’ Steve Oram (soon to be seen in TV’s Good Omens) and April Pearson (Tormented, TV’s Skins).

Tucked is released in cinemas on 17th May by Bulldog Distribution.

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