Small Axe Anthology Trailer | Prime Video



“If you are the big tree, we are the small axe.” -Jamaican proverb. Small Axe is a collection of five films inspired by real-life events about ordinary people showing courage, belief, and resilience to overcome injustice and achieve something transformative in their West Indian community. The television debut by Academy Award winning director Steve McQueen. Premiering on BBC One and coming to Prime Video in the US on 11/20.

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29 replies
  1. Matthew K
    Matthew K says:

    Looks good. Amazon releasing good stories but not so often= quality over quantity, as it should be. But then you see Netflix releasing something just about everyday where a lot of their content is total crap. This is quality!

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  2. Miguel Rodriguez
    Miguel Rodriguez says:

    The Steve McQueen films I love are Hunger, Shame, and Widows. Films with their own interesting stories that are timeless. But this just looks like soulless woke social justice pandering paid for by big tech to exploit current events. How much BLM propaganda can the media machine pump out? Let McQueen get back to his own stories, this looks bought and paid for by an agenda.

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  3. jeonlyxoxo
    jeonlyxoxo says:

    I’ve just watched Mangrove on BBC1 and I’m in awe. Brilliant story, Steve Mcqueen brings the best out of Letitia Wright, Shaun Parkes, Malachi Kirby and many of the actors. It’s just a must watch!

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