3 items from 2012
With a cast including Dougray Scott, Jodie Whittaker, Emilia Fox and Brit legend David Warner, A Thousand Kisses Deep looks as if it could be a film to watch out for. Today we are swamped with huge collection of promotional material for the film directed by Dana Lustig. Below you will find the new poster, official plot synopsis, the first trailer along with a bunch of images. A Thousand Kisses Deep hits our screens 15th June.
Returning home from work, Mia (Jodie Whittaker – Good, Venus, St. Trinian’s & St. Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold) witnesses an aged woman leap from a window. Scattered around the old woman’s broken, lifeless body Mia discovers shredded pieces from a beloved photograph of herself and her former lover Ludwig (Dougray Scott – Hitman, Enigma, Mission Impossible II). Highly unnerved, Mia begs Max (David Warner – Avatar, Planet of the Apes, Titanic ), the buildings’ all knowing custodian, »
- Craig Hunter
Tomori Films have just served up the full works for their forthcoming film A Thousand Kisses Deep, namely a first look poster and trailer for the film as well as a smattering of images to tease and intrigue in equal measure.
The trailer below does hint at the larger story in play here, and the synopsis seemingly gives everything away so be wary of this when you cast your eyes down. The reason I’ll see it? Jodie Whittaker.
Attack the Block was a nice stepping stone to the side after her role in Venus, but it’s the lesser seen work that’s impressed. The recent short film Smoke and her Black Mirror appearance showed signs of greatness and I’m very hopeful she’ll seek out these challenging roles in the future. Here’s hoping A Thousand Kisses Deep gives her that opportunity.
Here’s the educational and »
- Jon Lyus
The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, opening today and running through March 18, turns 30 this year. "Highlights of 2012's anniversary line-up include an in-person tribute to Joan Chen, a pair of world premieres from the talents behind Colma: The Musical, and Patrick Wang's In the Family, one of the most acclaimed American indies from last year," writes Michael Hawley in an extensive overview. And Michael Guillén interviews Wang at the Evening Class.
For the Bay Guardian's Kimberly Chun, Sfiaaff "seems to be in the throes of a youth movement." More previews come from Peter Martin (Twitch) and Kelly Vance (East Bay Express).
3 items from 2012
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