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FAST COLOR (2018) Movie Trailer: Gugu Mbatha-Raw Can’t Run From Her Superhuman Abilities

Lorraine Toussaint Gugu Mbatha-Raw Fast Color

Fast Color Trailer

Julia Hart‘s Fast Color (2019) movie trailer stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Saniyya Sidney, Lorraine Toussaint, Christopher Denham, and David Strathairn. Fast Color‘s plot synopsis: “FAST COLOR stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a woman who comes into her own after discovering she has superhuman abilities. When her powers are discovered, the woman is forced to abandon her family in order to protect them. Years later, her mission to remain unseen brings her back home.”

FilmBook writer Kyle Steininger saw Fast Color at the 2018 Chicago Critics Film Festival and had this to say about the film:

In the end, the film is a fine effort trying to instill something different into the standard superhero genre, but the narrative cannot support the weight of the films ambitions, and falls into genre clichés of ethical questions on authorities and a family coming to terms with past sins. There are pacing problems, with points where the film drags (mainly the second act once Ruth arrives back home). About twenty minutes could be removed and you wouldn’t lose anything. The film also gets incredibly preachy, with the “women are creators not destroyers” message shoved in your face in scene after scene. It’s enjoyable enough, but its reach exceeds its grasp.

His full review for Fast Color can read here.

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Fast Color Trailer

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