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Lithgow Saint (2015)

Alice Eve and Jason Isaacs lock horns whilst exploring the dynamic between a penetrative, fictional, male talk show host - Lithgow Saint - and the female interviewee - actor Amelia Adams.

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Jack Eve

Writer:

Jack Eve
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Alice Eve ... Amelia Adams
Jason Isaacs ... Lithgow Saint
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Alice Eve and Jason Isaacs lock horns whilst exploring the dynamic between a penetrative, fictional, male talk show host - Lithgow Saint - and the female interviewee - actor Amelia Adams.

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UK

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English

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14 September 2015 (UK) See more »

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Xploseve See more »
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It's impossible to stop the vision
4 June 2018 | by valeria-silingardiSee all my reviews

Very intriguing and engaging: I felt very, very angry and fascinated at the same time. Thank you, Xploseve. And thanks to Alice Eve and Jason Isaacs for their very good performance. Their powerful sex appeal distracts us from the film's message, and this is probably THE message!


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