Kibwe Tavares & Daniel Kaluuya’s Dystopian ‘The Kitchen’ Remaining Trailer
by Alex Billington
January 17, 2024
“Keep in mind, they ordered us to depart, and we mentioned, ‘No! We ain’t goin’ nowhere… that is our residence.'” Netflix has debuted one closing official trailer for The Kitchen, a sci-fi thriller launching on Netflix this week. It is the directorial debut of acclaimed British actor Daniel Kaluuya, co-directing with filmmaker (and architect) Kibwe Tavares. This premiered on the 2023 London Movie Competition final fall. A narrative of fatherhood and love for the neighborhood… In a dystopian London, the hole between wealthy and poor has been stretched to its limits. Izi’s near escaping The Kitchen, certainly one of London’s final remaining housing estates. However when younger Benji enters his life, he faces some laborious choices. In future London the place all social housing has been eradicated, Izi & Benji combat to navigate the world as residents of a neighborhood that refuses to desert their residence. This film stars Kane Robinson + introducing Jedaiah Bannerman as Izi & Benji, with Hope Ikpoku Jr, Ian Wright, BackRoad Gee, Cristale, Teija Kabs, and Demmy Ladipo. It is a a lot better edited trailer than the primary one, however I am nonetheless unsure this might be any good. Exhausting to inform! Have to look at to seek out out.
This is the second trailer (+ poster) for Kaluuya & Tavares’ The Kitchen, direct from Netflix’s YouTube:
You’ll be able to rewatch the primary official trailer for Kaluuya & Tavares’ The Kitchen proper right here, for extra footage.
In a dystopian London, the hole between wealthy and poor has been stretched to its limits. All types of social housing have been eradicated and solely The Kitchen stays. A neighborhood that refuses to maneuver out of the place they name residence. That is the place we meet a solitary Izi, residing right here by necessity and desperately looking for a approach out, and a 12-year-old Benji, who has misplaced his mom and is trying to find a household. We comply with our unlikely pair as they wrestle to forge a relationship in a system that’s stacked towards them. The Kitchen is co-directed by British filmmakers Daniel Kaluuya & Kibwe Tavares (finest recognized for his brief movies Robots of Brixton, Jonah, Robotic & Scarecrow), each making their characteristic directorial debut with this movie. The screenplay is written by Daniel Kaluuya & Joe Murtagh. Produced by Daniel Kaluuya & Daniel Emmerson. This initially premiered on the 2023 London Movie Competition because the Closing Night time movie. Netflix will debut The Kitchen streaming on Netflix beginning January nineteenth, 2024 this month. Planning to look at this?