Netflix has released a brand-new trailer for their forthcoming thriller film I Came By, starring Hugh Bonneville and 1917‘s George MacKay. Directed by British-Iranian filmmaker Babak Anvari, I Came By revolves around a young graffiti artist and activist, Toby (MacKay), as he targets the homes of the elite. However, when he uncovers some disturbing secrets of a reputable High Court Judge, Hector Blake (Bonneville), Toby and his loved ones are dragged into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. The film also features Kelly MacDonald, Percelle Ascott, and Varada Sethu.
Now, Netflix has dropped an official trailer for I Came By, putting the spotlight on MacKay’s Toby as he attempts to fight the system and challenge London’s more wealthy citizens. The trailer begins with Toby hiding in Blake’s basement as the latter investigates the room in suspicion of a break-in. As the trailer progresses, it is shown that Toby has discovered some of Blake’s darkest secrets, triggering a chain of events that put his friends and family in danger. Check out the full trailer below:
I Came By marks MacKay’s first feature film appearance after last year’s World War Two drama Munich: The Edge of War, which was also produced by Netflix. As for Bonneville, the Paddington and Notting Hill actor featured earlier this year in Downton Abbey 2. Director Babak Anvari caught the attention of numerous moviegoers after making his feature directorial debut with his 2016 horror film Under The Shadow, which won him a BAFTA Award. With the talent on display on both sides of the camera, I Came By promises to be a gripping entry into Netflix’s ever-growing film catalog.
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