Jeremy Saville is Loqueesha in Official Trailer for Comedy 'Loqueesha'

May 10, 2019
Source: YouTube

Loqueesha Trailer

"It's not a crime… It's theater!" An official trailer has debuted for a wacky comedy titled Loqueesha, a new film made by comedian Jeremy Saville, who directs and also stars in it, and wrote the screenplay. Get ready for this. "With a diverse cast of breakthrough actors, Loqueesha takes viewers on an unexpected and thought-provoking journey that challenges society’s—and our own—conventional beliefs about identity and perception." Saville stars as Joe, a white guy who pretends to be a black female talk radio host and becomes a huge hit. The full cast includes Mara Hall, Dwayne Perkins, Susan Diol, Michael Madison, Tiara Parker, and Michael Matts. This is um, a pretty bold concept for these times for a film, but it might just work? Check it out for yourself and see if you think this looks as terrible as it sounds. Perhaps you'll laugh?

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Jeremy Saville's Loqueesha, direct from YouTube:

Loqueesha Poster

Loqueesha is the hilarious and heartwarming story of Joe (Jeremy Saville), an astute and underachieving Detroit bartender who values truth above everything. When Joe finds out he needs to pay for his gifted son’s private school education, he submits an audition to a local radio station for his own talk therapy show. After he’s rejected, he invents a larger-than-life black female personality named Loqueesha, who is hired sight unseen by the unwitting radio station owners. As Loqueesha’s star rises, Joe is increasingly challenged with keeping her identity a secret, maintaining his own sense of self and grappling with the often bizarre perceptions of an audience who have absolutely no idea who they’re talking, or listening, to. Loqueesha is both written and directed by comedian / filmmaker Jeremy Saville, director of the film The Test previously, as well as a few short films. This premiered at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival this year. Loqueesha opens in select theaters starting July 12th this summer. For more info, visit the official website.

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Outrage culture triggered at 5...4...3...2........

kitano0 on May 10, 2019


It's just racist. We should all be mad about it.

bignasty96 on May 10, 2019


Sorry to Bother You

Akirakorn on May 10, 2019


in what universe is that the same thing

Bleh on May 11, 2019


Um..yeah that’s not how that works...

Andrew R Lewis on May 11, 2019


Huh, interesting. So you consider yourself a "hard-core hippie left winger" but don't have a problem with minstrelry?

Roxy on May 11, 2019


I really didn't comment on this trailer. I was commenting on how the reactions to it might be extreme. I think the movie looks lame, however.

kitano0 on May 11, 2019


This is a fucking incredible movie to get made in 2019 and I am 10,000% here for it

Kevos on May 10, 2019


Bold. Provocative. Brave?

DAVIDPD on May 10, 2019


No. No. and No.

Lee Martin on May 12, 2019


Of course not.

DAVIDPD on May 13, 2019


Sarcasm's kinda hard on the internet.

Lee Martin on May 13, 2019


true dat. sometimes I use "lol". sometimes I just pray. lol.

DAVIDPD on May 13, 2019


How does racist junk like this still get made? My God.

bignasty96 on May 10, 2019


Who approved this?

MoreFuriousThanFuriosa on May 10, 2019


Well, some other kind of different ...

shiboleth on May 10, 2019


Looks like a bad concept, executed badly.

Matthew Ridenour on May 10, 2019


If we heard just a smidge of the advise or how he comes about it, it would have reeled me in more. I'm surprised it went indy. This could have easliy been optioned with bigger stars if that advise angle is...on point 😀 ! I'll probs still watch.

Whichhalfofthewit on May 10, 2019

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