Chevalier Review: Kelvin Harrison Jr. Is Magnetic In Strong, Memorable Biopic

Kelvin Harrison Jr. has been great for years, but in Chevalier, from director Stephen Williams and writer Stefani Robinson, the actor is especially excellent. As the titular character, Harrison gets to flex his acting muscles in new and exciting ways, and the payoff, in a film that is a standout, is thrilling. Chevalier, about the violinist and composer Joseph Bologne, is magnetic, a historical fiction that elevates itself beyond the conventional biopic to deliver a memorable drama about its subject's life.

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