• Kings (2018)


Release Date: April 27th, 2018

R |1 hr 27 min

Plot Summary

Millie is a hardworking, tough and protective Los Angeles single mother with an affection for homeless children. Her neighbor Obie is the local loose cannon -- and the only white man -- in an area largely inhabited by African-Americans, Latinos and Koreans. With racial tensions running high, Millie and Obie appear to be unlikely allies. But following the acquittal of four of the officers accused of beating Rodney King, the two of them must navigate the gathering chaos in the city.

Cast: Halle Berry, Daniel Craig, Lamar Johnson, Kaalan Walker, Rachel Hilson, Issac Ryan Brown, Callan Farris, Serenity Reign Brown

Director: Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Genres: Drama

Production Co: CG Cinéma, Maven Pictures, France 2 Cinéma, France Télévisions, StudioCanal, The Orchard, Eurimages, Scope Pictures, Eyesteelfilm

Keywords: Son, House, Police officer, Intense, Love, 1990s, Quest, Rivalry, Moving, Rescue, Emotional, Escape

Ratings & Reviews

  • 20
    Andrew CrumpPaste Magazine

    It’s genre salad, and every ingredient is wilted at a moment in America where Kings’ historical makeup remains fresh. show more

  • 50
    David RooneyThe Hollywood Reporter

    For all its honorable intentions to address sensitive issues that still sting, Kings is an unconvincing tonal patchwork. show more

  • 40
    Wendy IdeScreen International

    Story strands feel half developed; pacing seems erratic. show more

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