WATCH: Cop’s Enemy Official Trailer [ Van Vicker | John K-ay ] – COMING OUT APRIL 2018

In a city full of corrupt cops and mysterious kingpins such as Shadow, a young man Victor Kaapor fights to save his mother and the woman he loves. Which forces him to go undercover, ‘off-the-books’ mission to help the police take down a well-known unstoppable crew of Rich kids known as “Cop’s Enemy”.

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His only option is to betray the woman he loves, but as he gets closer to his goal he begins to realise that everything is not as it seems.

  • Directors : Prema Smith
  • DOP : Young Martin
  • Producer & Writer : John K-ay
  • Main Cast : John K-ay, Van Vicker, JP Yerma, Clarisse Dorica and AJ Nuamah.

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Press play to watch the Cop’s Enemy Official Trailer below:

Filming for Cop’s Enemy was throughout the Sydney metropolitan area and also in some amazing locations, including a few of the city’s multi-million-dollar mansions.

The film’s leading man John K-ay is also the writer, producer and co-director (with Prema Smith) and he’s the loveliest talented young fellow with a big vision.

John K-ay (born 3 July 1992 as Jean-Marie Ndayishimiye in Burundi) is an African Australian film director, producer and actor. He is best known for his educative films Nothing is Impossible (2012), Restoring Hope (2015), Silent Sufferers (2015), and Irreversible Choices (2016).

In 2015, his music video,”I Love You Mum” was aired on television and went viral on social media.

He received an award for best influential African Australian 2016, a Best Director and Producer at the AAMMA Awards in 2016, and a Cineplay TV awards in New York in 2017.

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Van Vicker and John K-ay in Cop’s Enemy

Other co-stars on Cop’s Enemy are Costa Prasoulas (as Detective Gary), Quinten Brown (as Michael Dwyer), Gabrielle Bartlett (as Captain Fiona), Clarisse Dorika (as Aida Madeletso) and Kwasi “AJ” Adjei-Nuamah (as Jada Madeletso).

The red-carpet events for the release of Cop’s Enemy film started on December 1 in Melbourne. Then came Parramatta on December 2, then off to Adelaide’s Star Theatre (December 3), Brisbane’s Acacia Ridge (December 8) and, finally, Perth’s Cannington (December 9).

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