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Kelly + Victor
Kelly + Victor

Kelly + Victor 2012

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Kelly + Victor 2012 18

United Kingdom Director. Kieran Evans

Kelly and Victor meet in a Liverpool nightclub and soon begin a passionate, highly charged and sexually adventurous affair. As the increasingly transgressive nature of their relationship develops, it seemingly takes influence from the illicit and dangerous world around them, from their drug dealing and dominatrix friends to Kelly’s abusive ex-boyfriend.

Described by Sight and Sound magazine as a rightful heir to the explicit Japanese classic In the Realm of the Senses, director Kieran Evans impressively conveys Liverpool as a city inhabiting both urban disintegration and a suppressed natural beauty. Featuring a striking soundtrack, befitting Evans’ background in music films (Saint Etienne’s Finisterre), Kelly + Victor is also enriched by brave and brilliant performances from leads Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Julian Morris. The film made its World Premiere at the 2012 BFI London Film Festival.

Directed by

Kieran Evans

Featuring

Antonia Campbell-Hughes

Julian Morris

Stephen Walters

Genres

Drama

Collection

Discoveries Sex

Certificate

18 Contains strong fetish sex and very strong language

Released

2012

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Hot Property Films

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Kelly + Victor (Q&A) 2012

The cast and crew of Kelly + Victor, along with the author of the original novel, discuss the genesis of the provocative love story.

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