The film I Came By will see the usually typecast Hugh Bonneville in an altogether different role: here’s the first trailer.

When we think of a Hugh Bonneville character, our memories drift to the myriad jovial upper class twits he is usually asked to play, from Downton Abbey and Notting Hill to Paddington.

Now, he gets a chance to flex a different acting muscle in I Came By.

The official synopsis reads as follows:

Privilege hides the darkest secrets. After uncovering a sinister secret of a prestigious judge, a young graffiti artist and his loved ones are dragged into a deadly game of cat and mouse.

Bonneville stars as the judge, with Sunshine On Leith star George MacKay as the graffiti artist. Kelly MacDonald, Percelle Ascott and Varada Sethu also feature.

Babak Anvari directs from a script he co-wrote with Namsi Khan.

I Came By will have a limited cinema run from the 19th August before being released on Netflix on the 31st August. Watch the trailer below…

 

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