Want to Watch Harry Styles in ‘My Policeman’? Here’s How to Stream the LGBTQ+ Drama for Free

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“This love is all-consuming.” My Policeman, a heartfelt portrait of three people caught in a love triangle amid “the shifting tides of history, liberty, and forgiveness” will make its Prime Video debut this week.

The romantic drama, starring Harry Styles, Emma Corrin, Gina McKee, Linus Roache, David Dawson and Rupert Everett, will be released on the platform on Friday (Nov. 4).



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Directed by Michael Grandage, My Policeman shares a story of forbidden love that spans decades. Set in 1950s Britain, the LGBTQ+ drama centers around a married policemen who falls in love with another man.

This heart-pounding story unfolds over the course of four decades, following the impassioned journey of policeman Tom (Styles), his teacher wife Marion (Corrin) and museum curator Patrick (Dawson).

The story jumps ahead to the 1990s and finds Tom (Linus Roache), Marion (Gina McKee), and Patrick (Rupert Everett) reeling with longing and regret, but they get one more chance to repair the damage of the past.

“For me, the reason why the story is so devastating is that, ultimately, the whole story is about wasted time, and I think wasted time is the most devastating thing,” Styles said of the film’s central themes during the world premiere in Toronto last month, per The Hollywood Reporter.

“Because it’s the one thing we cannot control,” he continued. “It’s the one thing you can’t have back. And I think the one thing that I think matters – whatever kind of life you’ve lived – at the end when you think back on time with people you love.”

Ron Nyswaner wrote the film’s script, while Grandage, Michael Riley McGrath, and Caroline Levy are executive producers.

My Policeman is based on the book of the same name, written by Bethan Roberts. The story was inspired by the life of English author, E.M. Forster and his long-time companion, married policeman Bob Buckingham, and Buckingham’s wife.

How to Watch My Policeman on Prime Video for Free

My Policeman is a Prime Video original – meaning Prime members and Prime Video subscribers don’t have to pay extra to watch the film.

Not subscribed to Amazon Prime? Sign up today and receive a free 30-day trial to stream My Policeman and other Amazon Originals on the platform. Once you have successful signed up (click here to begin), navigate to the Prime Video homepage to begin streaming.

If you’re already a Prime member and want to save yourself the time searching for the film in the dashboard, click the link below to start streaming.

My Policeman

How much is Amazon Prime? The membership is $14.99 a month or $139 a year after the free trial ends. Prime offers 50% off the membership price to eligible students and EBT/Medicaid recipients.

Prime members get free same-day, one-day or two-day delivery on millions of items, member-only discounts, two-hour grocery delivery through Amazon Fresh, unlimited photo storage, a one-year subscription to GrubHub+, plus access to Amazon Prime Music, Prime Gaming, Prime Reading, and Prime Video.

From action and adventure to romance, Prime Video has an extensive selection of bingeable movies and addicting shows, and a nice offering of exclusive programs — including must-watch movies. With Prime Video, movie buffs can stream for free, buy or rent movies digitally, and add channels like Paramount+, BET+, AMC+, STARZ, Showtime, for an additional fee.

The lot of programs available only on Prime Video include The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, A League of Their Own, Them, The Boys, Wheel of Time, Reacher, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Harlem, Invincible, and The Legend of Vox Machina.

Watch the emotional My Policeman trailer below.

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