Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares’ Gripping Thriller ‘The Kitchen’ Hits Netflix in January
After making a stellar debut at this year’s London Film Festival, the much-anticipated thriller “The Kitchen,” co-directed by Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares, is set to make its streaming debut on Netflix next month. To build anticipation, the official trailer for the movie has now emerged online, offering viewers a glimpse into the world of this upcoming cinematic venture.
Penned by Daniel Kaluuya and Joe Murtagh, “The Kitchen” unfolds in a dystopian London where the socio-economic divide has reached unprecedented levels, leading to the eradication of all social housing except for “The Kitchen.” This remaining enclave has evolved into a resilient community that adamantly refuses to abandon the place they call home.
At the heart of the narrative is Izi (Kane Robinson), the story’s central character, navigating a life of necessity and striving desperately to break free from the oppressive circumstances. Simultaneously, 12-year-old Benji (Jedaiah Bannerman), who has lost his mother and is on a quest to find her, forms an unexpected bond with Izi. Together, they grapple with forging a connection within a system that seems insurmountably stacked against them.
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