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Lotus Eaters 2013 NR CC

A stylish contemporary film exploring the highs and lows of the London 'bright young things' social elite through various intertwining characters, a modern day 'Blow Up' or 'La Dolce Vita'.

Starring:
Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Johnny Flynn
Runtime:
1 hour, 18 minutes

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Genres Drama
Director Alexandra McGuinness
Starring Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Johnny Flynn
Supporting actors Benn Northover, Liam Browne, Amber Anderson, Jay Choi, Gina Bramhill, Daisy Lewis, Cynthia Fortune Ryan, Katrena Rochell, Alex Wyndham, Chloe Jenden, Anna Bondareva, Nicola Wren, Hamed Arif, Babette Barat, Peter Bland, Serena Brabazon, Vicky Butterfly, Jade Clarke
Studio Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Jacqueline M. Smith on November 17, 2013
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This movie is amazing! Johnny Flynn is my undiscovered little secret. Everyone will know about him soon. Such an amazing talent that is so much more than the company he keeps. Amazing voice, amazing talent and he plays this role to perfection!
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The film begins a bit hodgepodge, which is purposeful, I believe, meant to reflect the fragmented culture it's portraying, and soon settles into a moving story, the images arresting, gorgeous shots and scenes, especially the ballad solo the druggie sings to his dear one, and then the awful end of it all, which I won't spoil... And what wonderful horses involved!
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Beautifully shot by Garret Munden in black and white. Fantastic soundtrack by live bands (Little Death, O Children, Johnny Flynn) is almost a character in the film, along the wonderful Antonia Campbell-Hughes (Bright Star, Albert Nobbs) and Benn Northover (Harry Potter)
In her first film, Alexandra McGuinness manages to capture the lives of hedonistic spoiled Londoners, their hopelessness, their confusion, their beauty, and their quest for eternal youth. In a few words, a subtle variation of the quest for identity for people in their 20s, on top of sex, drugs and rock'n roll.
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