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Seafood (2004)

 -  Drama | Short  -  11 June 2004 (USA)
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Colin wants romance. Naveen wants sex. Seafood is a modern metropolitan tale of love, lust and unbearable frustration on the streets of East London.

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Colin
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Naveen
Colin Howdle ...
Man with Striped Scarf
Will Adams ...
Object of Desire - Pub
Julia Baker ...
Woman in Restaurant
Dan Ivens ...
Object of Desire - Restaurant
Jonathan Keane ...
Kissed Man on Street
Pas Paschali ...
Man in Restaurant
Meloni Poole ...
Fuck Off Woman
Brian Robinson ...
Man in Restaurant
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Colin wants romance. Naveen wants sex. Seafood is a modern metropolitan tale of love, lust and unbearable frustration on the streets of East London.

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Prelude No. 2 in C minor (BWV 847)
by Johann Sebastian Bach (as J.S. Bach)
Harpsichord Julianna Bereczki
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Poignant, funny and very real
20 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

'Seafood' is one of the best short films that I can remember seeing for a long time. It tells the story of two mis-matched men who spend an emotionally complex evening together. One guy desires the other, but his feelings are not reciprocated.

There are great performances from the two British actors that at the same time manage to be poignant, funny and very real. The film looks and feels very authentic and it makes London feel strangely unfamiliar and unglamorous. However the film itself is beautiful to watch with saturated candy colors shining through the night scenes.

Best of all 'Seafood' is imbued with a feeling of joie-de-vivre and the final 'pay-off' is exactly what you wanted but never dared expect. There is a very large amount of emotion for such a short film, and I left the theater with a lump in my throat and a tear in my eye.


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