Sorry to Bother You
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Sorry to Bother You

Get ready to change your perception of annoying telemarketing calls in a surreal way because rapper Boots Riley (frontman of the hip-hop band The Coup) debuts as a director in independent cinema with the corrosive satire: Sorry to Bother You.

Installed in an alternate reality of Oakland, California, Riley’s multicharm and stimulating comedy chases Cassius “Cash” Green, an African-American twentysomething who resorts to no other option to work as a telephone sales operator, which thanks to his voice – or rather the vocal imitation that runs pretending to be a white man – will become the perfect weapon to hunt potential clients and ascend quickly. No one better in this role than Lakeith Stanfield, the revelation actor whom many identify by Get Out, others by the series Atlanta and a few others by Short Term 12 or the parody that Jay-Z of Friends did in the short Moonlight.

Next to Lakeith a high-profile cast leads by Tessa Thompson as Detroit (his charming pink-haired activist girlfriend), Danny Glover (the colleague who shares the supposed key to success), Steve Yeun (a good guy called Squeeze), Omari Hardwick (Mr. Black), Jermaine Fowler (Salvador) and Armie Hammer playing a cocaine-addicted CEO determined to sarcastically hide the true services that the macabre company under his command sells.

Duration: 111 min

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IMDb: 7.4

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