The film, directed by Chloe Domont, also stars Eddie Marsan and Rich Sommer
Fair Play, an erotic thriller starring Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich in pivotal roles, comes from Chloe Domont, a filmmaker known for her shows like Suits and Ballers (available on Netflix). The project is bankrolled by Tim White, Trevor White, Allan Mandelbaum, Leopold Hughes and Ben LeClair under T-Street, Star Thrower Entertainment and MRC. The film is now streaming on OTT.
Leading streaming giant Netflix commissioned the film and released it this Saturday, October 7 across the globe. Confirming the news, the streamer shared, “The subtle tension will have you squirming. Fair Play, directed by Chloe Domont and starring Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich, is now streaming.” Eddie Marsan, Rich Sommer, Sebastian de Souza, Geraldine Somerville play key roles too.
The film revolves around Emily (Phoebe Dynevor) and Luke (Alden Ehrenreich), two financial analysts in a relationship, going past the barriers set up by their bosses. However, when one of them is promoted in their job, their relationship takes a backseat and reveals true colours of their partner. The film is a story born out of true incidents from Chloe Domont’s life.
The director found the making of the film a way to decode her unresolved feelings in the past, especially while dating men who were threatened by her ambition and accomplishments. She opines that such gender dynamics can no way be normalised today. The film promises to be a new beginning for its leads Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich.
Dynevor is best known for her performances in Solo: A Star Wars Story and Bridgerton. “I really loved Emily’s ambition and her drive and how she is so desperately trying to have everything, the brilliant job and the happy relationship,” she says. Alden Ehrenreich was a part of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Hail, Caesar! and Oppenheimer in the past. Fair Play promises to be a rollercoaster ride of emotions and thrills that tests the foundation of a couple’s relationship.
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