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The little indie film that could.
Boots Riley, frontman of The Coup, he made his directorial film debut with the black comedy sorry to Bother You. The film was released on 6 July and has collected excellent reviews, not only of many critics, but also with their peers.
Starring Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, Patton Oswald and Danny Glover (among others), the film centers around Stanfield's character, Cassius, who works in an Oakland call center.
Only until it is taught to adopt a "white voice" when cold-calling people, they struggle Oaklander find success as a telemarketer— but has a high price. During the process, Cassius begins to sacrifice his morals as he is to climb the corporate ladder.
Even before the release of the film, Riley was announced as the next breakout director. He recently got a monster cosign Out director Jordan Peele.
"@BootsRiley is compared with that of many of the great directors, but the truth is that it is a one-of-a-kind unique voice," Peele twitter last week. "Fun, bright and totally different to any thing."
#SorryToBotherYou . @BootsRiley is compared with that of many of the great directors, but the truth is that it is a one-of-a-kind unique voice. Fun, bright and totally different to any thing. The capture this weekend!!!
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) On The 7th Of July 2018
Riley also plans on releasing the soundtrack, sorry to Bother You, that will be led by The Coup. In a tweet at the top of the month, Riley revealed features include artists such as Janelle Monáe, Killer Mike and E-40.
The Coup "from The Soundtrack, sorry to Bother You" (which is different than that of 2012, from the album of the same name) to fall very soon. All the new songs.
Features collaborations w @JanelleMonae, @KillerMike, @E40, @tuneyards, @lakeithlakeith, and @JolieHolland.
— Boots Riley (@BootsRiley) July 1, 2018
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