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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 97 MIN | 2010

BRILLIANTLOVE

Handsome, lanky Manchester and his doe-eyed girlfriend Noon are overheating a small garage apartment in the English countryside during an endless sweltering summer day. He's a photographer, she's a taxidermist—and they are head over heals in lust with one another. Manchester has taken to snapping away explicit and intimate pics during their lovemaking… pictures that were supposed to be just for them. But when he leaves the photos behind in a pub after one too many pints, a wealthy collector "discovers" Manchester's work and declares his laissez-faire method sheer genius. He offers a lucrative advance and hastily organizes a solo show that draws the crème de la crème of the art world. Money is new in Manchester's world, and his hasty rise to fame spurs unforeseen consequences and uncovered truths.

brilliantlove is a gorgeous and dangerous marinade of passion, art, and ambition that languorously intoxicates the senses. Sharply observed and teeming with style, director Ashley Horner's sophomore effort captures the yearning and desire of a young, desperate love that possesses the power to strengthen and fortify while incinerating the romantic soul.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 97 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K.
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Liam Browne, Nancy Trotter Landry, Michael Hodgson, Stephen Bent, Arabella Arnott, Cliff Burnett
Director: Ashley Horner
Screenwriter: Sean Conway
Producer: Ashley Horner, Karl Liegis
Editor: Ben Wilson
Director of Photography: Simon Tindall
First Assistant Director: Stuart J C Williams
Production Designers: Julie Ann Horan and Emma Crossley
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About the Director(s)
Ashley Horner was born in Newcastle upon Tyne and performed in the early '90s indie bands Pale Saints and Edsel Auctioneer. He then attended film school and screened his first film, Rob of the Rovers, at Rotterdam. He made his feature debut with The Other Possibility in 2007.

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