When you’re photographed with one of the most famous men in the world, it’s hard to get attention, but Emma Corrin made a brave effort while attending the premiere of the Toronto International Film Festival. by My Policeman.
The British actor made headlines in a ski suit and black cape as he accompanied his co-star Harry Styles at the film’s official premiere on Sunday night.
Corrin, 26, added to their look with a pair of black heels, while the tights gave the ensemble a feminine touch often lacking from her frequent appearances on the androgynous red carpet. surname.
Looking good: Emma Corrin caught the eye in a ski suit and black cape while attending the premiere of My Policeman’s Toronto International Film Festival
The actor, who has been identified as non-binary, looked elated as they greeted viewers before entering a screening of their latest film, an adaptation of author Bethan Roberts’ 2012 novel .
Set in 1950s Brighton, the plot centers on gay cop Tom Burgess, played by Harry, who marries Marion, played by Emma, while engaging in a gay romance with Patrick Hazelwood, played by David Dawson.
Production on the film began in Brighton last April, and it will open in cinemas on October 21 and on Prime Video on November 4.
Elegant: Corrin, 26, added to their look with a pair of black heels, while the tights gave the ensemble a feminine touch
Never mind me: But Corrin was hard to miss as they posed for pictures at the annual event in Toronto on Sunday night
Optimistic: The actor, who has been identified as non-binary, looked elated as they greeted onlookers before entering a screening of their latest film
Speaking about the film’s press conference earlier in the day, Harry told the guests that the new film was about the constraints placed on British society by the conventions of the time.
He said: ‘For me, the reason that the story is so devastating is because in the end the whole story is about wasted time, and I think wasted time is the most devastating thing because that’s what’s going on. which we cannot control.
‘It’s something you can’t get back. And I think one thing that I think is important – no matter how you’ve lived – at the end when you think back in time with the people you love. ‘
Very pretty: The actor posed for a series of elegant snaps while modeling their latest red carpet ensemble
Good Companions: (LR) Linus Roache, Rupert Everett, Emma Corrin, David Dawson, Gina McKee and Harry Styles
He continued: ‘I think the best part of the story is that all the characters have some really nice qualities, and they also have some flaws that we can hope not to have. , but as humans, we all have them.
‘And I think, at different points in the story, you can see parts of yourself and sometimes maybe not your favorite parts of the characters.
‘And I think that’s why it resonated so much with me.’
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