Netflix has dropped official trailer of upcoming documentary film “A Cop Movie” on Tuesday, 7 September 2021. Netflix intense drama documentary film is set on Mexico City where two officers only joined the Mexico City police force to find their convictions which is later crushed by a dysfunctional and Mexico corrupt system.
The official synopsis of A Cop Movie is follows a genre bending documentary that sheds light on one of the Mexico and the world most controversial institutions, the police force and the causes of the impunity crisis plaguing the justice system. The story follows two Officer Teresa and Montoya, together known as “The love Patrol”.
The film is directed by Alonso Ruizpalacios who is well known for the work on movies like 2014 “Gueros” and 2018 “Museo”. Director Ruizpalacios will play the boundaries of non-fiction and immersed the audience experience of police work within a dysfunctional or corrupt system. In an Interview he said that, “In the course of our investigation, I came to the conclusion that performing is an essential part of a police officer’s life. From the moment they put on the uniform, they are playing a part, which extends throughout their workday, displaying a strength they don’t have or helping with something they are not prepared for. Nevertheless, they have to do it within a dysfunctional system.”
Originally this film is premiere on Berlin Film Festival in earlier year. This movie showcase, the unrealistic gloss that Mexican mainstream media puts on it, and emerges as the complex and paradoxical land that it is. One can only hope he continues to point his sharp gaze beyond the obvious in order to examine not only its history but its quintessential problems.
A genre-bending documentary film “A Cop Movie” is set to be premiere on 5 November 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. This movie is also released on October in selected theatres. Check out the trailer of Netflix Documentary A Cop Movie:-
The star cast of this documentary film will be Mónica Del Carmen and Raúl Briones, who act out police officer roles that are based on real-life accounts from Mexico City. This also allows the filmmaker to take big stylistic swings, which results in one of the most interesting docs you’ll not see in Netflix.