With filming now finished, producer Robbie Rogers has shared a series of images from the set on Instagram, showing Emma, Harry and co-star David Dawson.
Rogers captioned the post: "That's a wrap! Thank you everyone @amazonstudios and @jennifersalke and a huge thank you to our entire cast and crew!
"I love each and every one of you! We had incredible time making this film and I can't wait for people to see it! #MyPoliceman."
Taking inspiration from Roberts' novel set in 1950s Brighton, the big-screen version will begin the story in the late '90s, when the arrival of an elderly man into Tom and Marion's home triggers the exploration of "seismic events from 40 years previous".
Tom and Marion's guest is soon revealed as Patrick, Tom's former lover from a time when same-sex relationships between men were illegal.
Harry has also just finished filming the Olivia Wilde-directed Don't Worry Darling alongside Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.
My Policeman is yet to confirm a release date.
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