As he rises up in the ranks of his company, things go awry when Cassius meets his obnoxious, cocaine-snorting CEO Steve Lift (played by Armie Hammer).
Boots Riley also wrote the film, and at SXSW he spoke about breaking conventions out of "wanting to have people engage with the film in a different way, to not be able to guess exactly what will happen". There are truly radical, thrilling ideas both in the script and on screen, and also his boldness sometimes undercuts the character- and narrative-building aspects as we jump from compelling idea to idea.
Sorry to Bother You takes that premise and stretches it out into absolute absurdity (in all the good ways).
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The movie features a ton of stars including Tessa Thompson, Lakeith Stanfield, Omari Hardwick, Terry Crews, Danny Glover, Armie Hammer, and Jermaine Fowler to name a few and by the looks of the trailer, we're in for a mind-bending treat.
Stanfield stars as Oakland telemarketer Cassius Green, who affects a white accent in order to be more successful at his job.
During this year's Sundance Film Festival, Sorry to Bother You shook audiences with its distinct narrative stylings and cinematic pastiche.