16 June 2024

New Tense Clip For Elegance Bratton’s The Inspection

The army is a tough, no bones about it. In Elegance Bratton’s The Inspection, when you are a gay man joining the Marines that’s another level. Ahead of it’s UK cinema release, Signature Entertainment have released a new tense clip.

Jeremy Pope is Ellis French, a man rejected by his mother because of his sexuality. He’ll do anything to fit in and be accepted, he finds that amongst the prejudice of joining the Marine Corp. An camaraderie belonging to something will shape Ellis.

Our writer Freda Cooper watched the film recently, giving it 4 stars. Freda commented ‘The addition of dream sequences occasionally softens the frequent blows, giving the film an identity of its own so that it stands apart from others which have walked a similar path.’

Related Post: Film Review – The Inspection (2023)

In Elegance Bratton’s deeply moving film inspired by his own story, a young, gay Black man (Jeremy Pope, One Night in Miami), rejected by his mother and with few options for his future, decides to join the Marines, doing whatever it takes to succeed in a system that would cast him aside. But even as he battles deep-seated prejudice and the gruelling routines of basic training, he finds unexpected camaraderie, strength, and support in this new community, giving him a hard-earned sense of belonging that will shape his identity and forever change his life. Also starring Raúl Castillo (Wrath of Man), McCaul Lombardi (American Honey), Aaron Dominguez (Only Murders in the Building), Bokeem Woodbine (Halo) and Gabrielle Union (Bring It On), The Inspection is written and directed by Elegance Bratton (Pier Kids) in his narrative feature directorial debut.

The Inspection will be in UK and Irish cinemas from Friday 17th February. The film also stars Gabrielle Union, Raul Castillo, McCaul Lombardi, Aaron Dominguez and Bokeem Woodbine.

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