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The Kitchen is a dystopian thriller on Netflix, created by Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares starring Kane 'Kano' Robinson from Top Boy.

A new trailer for "The Kitchen" has just been released on Netflix, and fans of dystopian cyberpunk films are in for a treat. The movie is set in a future version of London that is bleak and oppressive, with a society that has crumbled and become ruled by corrupt corporations. The film's aesthetic is achieved through a combination of biker gangs, holographic displays, and other futuristic elements that create a truly immersive experience for the viewer.

Directed by Kibwe Tavares and co-written and co-produced by the talented Daniel Kaluuya, "The Kitchen" promises to be a thrilling and thought-provoking addition to the genre. The story follows a group of rebels who try to overthrow the oppressive regime, and the action is fast-paced and gripping throughout. The characters are complex and well-developed, and the setting is richly detailed and atmospheric.

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In this dystopian society, all forms of social housing have been eradicated, with The Kitchen being the sole remaining community. Despite the odds, its residents are determined to stay put. Among them is Izi, who is trapped in The Kitchen out of sheer need and is striving to break free. There is also Benji, a young boy of 12, who is grappling with the loss of his mother and yearning for a family. In this hostile environment, they forge a bond and face the challenges of a system that is stacked against them.

If you're a fan of cyberpunk or dystopian films, you won't want to miss "The Kitchen." The film will be available to stream on Netflix starting January 19th, 2024, so mark your calendars and get ready for a wild ride.

“The Kitchen" features Kane Robinson, also known as Kano, from the popular show "Top Boy," in the lead role of Izi. The show also introduces newcomer Jedaiah Bannerman as Benji. In addition to them, the cast includes Hope Ikpoku Jnr, Ian Wright, BackRoad Gee, Cristale, Teija Kabs, and Demmy Ladipo.

Written by Shantí - Filmmaker/Journalist

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