Netflix: the film about a dystopian future that is among the most viewed

Netflix: the film about a dystopian future that is among the most viewed

This new film that has already conquered millions of viewers takes place in London in the year 2040.

The Kitchen is the movie Netflix that brings together all the condiments that cinema lovers Science fictionexpect from a film of those characteristics. Over 107 minutes, it proposes a amazing drama story in a Dystopian London in the year 2040 and under the leadership of Kane Robinson.

The British film released in 2023 and quickly became among the most viewed on the N platform. It is the first feature film they have directed together Kibwe Tavares and Daniel Kaluuyawho after winning the Oscar for Judas and the Black Messiahthe actor now takes on a key role behind the cameras.

Synopsis of The Kitchen, the new Netflix movie

According to the official synopsis of Netflixthe film takes place in the London dystopian year 2040. The increase in the price of permanent rents, computerized work and the eradication of the Welfare State turned the British capital into a “depot” for billionaires, pushing the lower classes into slums such as The Kitchen.

One of its residents, Izi (Kane Robinson), is a former thief looking to get back on his feet. However, when his young son contracts a devastating illness, he is forced to participate in a heist that will forever change the lives of everyone there.

The Kitchen Trailer

Embed – The Kitchen (IN SPANISH) | Official trailer | Netflix

Cast of The Kitchen

These are the actors and characters of The Kitchenthe film about a dystopian future that is among the most viewed on Netflix:

  • Kane Robinson as Izi
  • Jedaiah Bannerman as Benji
  • Hope Ikpoku Jnr as Staples
  • Teija Kabs as Ruby
  • Demmy Ladipo as Jase
  • Cristale as Lianne
  • BackRoad Gee as Kamale
  • Dani Moseley as Ruby’s mother
  • Harvey Quinn the narrator
  • Henry Lawfull as Cronik
  • Lola-Rose Maxwell as Fiona
  • Richie Lawrie as Harry
  • Alan Asaad as Oozie
  • Fiona Marr as Amy
  • Rasaq Kukoyi as Arinze

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