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Brilliantlove

Brilliant Love
International title brilliantlove
Section Rellumes
Country Reino Unido
Year 2010
Format Digibeta
Color / B&W Color
Running time 97  min.
Original language Inglés
Director Ashley Horner
Screenplay Sean Conway
Film Editing Ben Wilson
Photography Simon Tindall
Music Sol Seppy
Art direction Joy Sanders
Costume Mel O’Connor
Production
Production design Julie Ann Horan, Emma Crossley
Cast Liam Browne (Manchester), Nancy Trotter Landry (Noon), Michael Hodgson (Franny), Stephen Bent (Noon’s dad), Arabella Arnott (Leah), Cliff Burnett (Steve)
Web site http://www.brilliantlove.co.uk
Producer

Pinball Films
St. Thomas Street Business Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LE
Reino Unido
T. +44 191 221 1626
F. +44 191 233 2297
E. info@pinballfilms.com

Distribution Company Pinball Films
St. Thomas Street Business Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4LE
Reino Unido
T. +44 191 221 1626
F. +44 191 233 2297
E. info@pinballfilms.com
Synopsis Manchester lives in a garage, the centre of the microcosm he shares with Noon, with whom he is heads over heels in lusty, brillant love, as he announces it to the world by painting “BrilliantLove” on the door of his improvised home. Noon and Manchester can barely stop making love, and Manchester celebrates it by snapping pictures of their lovemaking with old or disposable cameras. Manchester, however, forgets some of the pics in a pub one drinking night and they are picked up by an art collector who notices the glitter of talent in them and embarks on a door-to-door search for the photographer. When he finds him, the tempting world of Art dazzles the young photographer and endangers his love, his brillant love.
Director bio Ashley Horner was born in Newcastle, England, in 1969. He spent part of the nineties playing guitar with Pale Saints and Edsel Auctioneer. After studying film-making in Newcastle and Toronto, in 2002 he directed his first short film, Rob of the Rovers, screened at numerous festivals. In 2007 he finished his first feature film, The other possibility, starring the German actress Nora von Waldstätten, winning an award at Galway Film Festival. His third feature film, brilliantlove, premiered at Edinburgh Film Festival and was selected at Tribeca Film Festival in New York.