My Days Of Mercy Starring Ellen Page & Kate Mara Gets UK Trailer

Signature Entertainment has released the the UK Trailer for Tali Shalom-Ezer’s My Days Of Mercy. The indie drama stars Ellen Page and Kate Mara and a story of finding love in the unlikely places.

The film originally premiered at 2017 Toronto Film Festival and is set this month to get a limited UK cinema release. Page and Mara play two women the opposite sides of the political fence. The pair meet during protests against/For capital punishment, starting as an unlikely friendship but the pair grow closer together.

It’s the old opposites attract love story could you fall in love with a woman who supports the death penalty whilst your father is on death row? Film looks genuinely honest and a story anyone could relate to. It doesn’t have to be the same position as Page and Mara’s characters, gender, race and religion couples worldwide face when it comes to love.

A powerful and heart-wrenching tale of finding love in the least-likely of places. Academy Award nominee Ellen Page (Inception) and Kate Mara (House of Cards) star in the highly compelling and moving romantic drama My Days of Mercy. Two young women from opposite sides of fierce protests over the death penalty meet on the picket lines and form an unlikely friendship. While both deal with their respective personal issues they grow ever closer, leading to dramatic personal revelations, passion and life changing romance.

The film also stars Amy Seimetz, Elias Koteas and Brian Geraghty with Beau Knapp, Tonya Pinkins, and Charlie Shotwell.

Signature Entertainment presents My Days of Mercy at UK Cinemas and on Digital HD, Friday 17th May, 2019.

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