The first trailer for Oscar winner Guy Nattiv’s English-language feature debut, Skin has arrived.
Starring Jamie Bell, the movie is based on the true story of Bryon Widner, a former Neo-Nazi who renounced his white supremacist group and chose to remove his tattoos.
Bryon (Bell) was brought up by a white supremacist gang, but as an adult with a wife and kids, he tries to flee for a new, better life while questioning whether he can find redemption for his past acts. This gang, however, won’t let him leave without a fight.
Guys like this only have three options: Die young, life in prison, or they start talkin’,” says Luke Cage star Mike Colter in the preview.
Watch the trailer for Skin below.
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