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WATCH: A closeted gay cop falls for his partner while working to bring down a criminal mastermind

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Move over 007, there’s a new secret agent here to save the day.Cop Secret is a campy new cop comedy. It stars comedian Auðunn Blöndal Detective Bússi as Reykjavik, Iceland’s most famous cop.

He’s also a drunk knucklehead who uses aggressively macho behavior to hide the fact that he’s gay and terrified to come out.Related: What to Watch: A gay cop defunded, queer French comedy and Peter Dinklage singsAfter a handful of perplexing bank robberies in which nothing is actually stolen, Bússi is forced to partner with his bisexual workplace nemesis/ex-model Hörđur (played by DJ/actor Egill Einarsson).

The odd couple quickly develops a bromance that turns into a romance as they work to bring down evil genius Rikki Ferrari, a Bond-like villain inspired by Donald Trump.Related: WATCH: A gay billionaire inventor sends sparks flyingCop Secret premiered at the Seattle Film Festival last month where it received positive reviews for being a smart, albeit ridiculous, neo-noir satire.

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