Enter to Win a PVOD Code to Watch Fatale from Home!

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A Brief History

On Friday, January 8, 2021, American thriller film Fatale will be available at home on demand.  For a random chance to receive one of a limited number of PVOD codes to watch this film, please email admin@historyandheadlines.com by Thursday, January 7, 2021 at noon Eastern Time.  Please be sure to indicate in the email that you are entering for a chance to screen this film.  Please only send one email per email address.  Those selected to receive an exclusive code will receive an email with the code and instructions for how to redeem it.  Also, if you would like to be notified of future screening opportunities, I strongly encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook page, and follow our Twitter profile.

Digging Deeper

Fatale is directed by Deon Taylor and stars Hilary Swank, Michael Ealy, Mike Colter, and Geoffrey Owens.  In the film, after a wild one-night stand, Derrick (Michael Ealy), a successful sports agent, watches his perfect life slowly disappear when he discovers that the sexy and mysterious woman he risked everything for, is a determined police detective (Hilary Swank) who entangles him in her latest investigation.  As he tries desperately to put the pieces together, he falls deeper into her trap, risking his family, his career, and even his life.  Fatale is a suspenseful and provocative psychological thriller and an unpredictable game of cat and mouse where one mistake can change your life.
Fatale was theatrically released in the United States on December 18, 2020.  It is rated R with a running time of 102 minutes.

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Historical Evidence

For more information, please see the film’s official trailer:

The featured image in this article is of a poster, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher or the creator of the work depicted.  It is believed that the use of scaled-down, low-resolution images of posters with the intention of promoting the film in question qualifies as fair use under the copyright law of the United States.

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Dr. Zar

Dr. Zar graduated with a B.A. in French and history, a Master’s in History, and a Ph.D. in History. He currently teaches history in Ohio.