I Love a Man in Uniform

Film

Time Out says

Henry Adler realises his acting ambitions when he lands the part of a tough-guy sergeant in a TV cop show. Sporting the full black-leather regalia, he acquires a sense of self-importance he can't wait to test out by walking the streets and passing himself off as a real police officer. At first, Wellington's debut plays Henry's misadventures as dark comedy; but when shooting begins of the authentically cheesy Crimewave and Henry's off-screen relationship with his co-star fails to develop satisfactorily, the writer/director's wider scheme falls into place. McCamus's compelling lead performance delineates the increasingly violent results when one anguished individual starts blurring the distinctions; and the film as a whole is provocative and disturbing in the way it leaves viewers to decide how much their sympathies are implicated in the power trip from alienation to psychosis.

Details

Release details

Duration:
97 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
David Wellington
Screenwriter:
David Wellington
Cast:
Tom McCamus
Brigitte Bako
Kevin Tighe
David Hemblen
Alex Karzis
Graham McPherson