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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 83 MIN | 2013

SOME VELVET MORNING

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Young and beautiful Velvet is enjoying a relaxing morning in her New York brownstone when Fred interrupts. With suitcase in tow, he enters the apartment with great expectation. Not having seen or heard from Fred in nearly four years, Velvet is clearly surprised. As Fred unloads the reason for his resurfacing, the history and nature of their relationship is revealed. The weight of their reconnection becomes clear as tension mounts and their chemistry reaches its climax.

Writer/director Neil LaBute continues his exploration of male and female relations in this enigmatic relationship drama. The use of natural lighting and handheld camera highlights the dramatic realism for which LaBute is known. Both lead actors give electric performances, Stanley Tucci as the manic, ego-crushed older man, and Alice Eve, the dazzling ingénue. Their nuanced performances, paired with LaBute’s dialogue, create an intriguing drama with a stunning finale.

—Holly Voges
Film Information
Year: 2013
Length: 83 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Neil LaBute
Screenwriter: Neil LaBute
Producer: Tim Harms, Daryl Freimark, Michael Corrente, Trent Othick, David Zander
Editor: Joel Plotch
Cinematographer: Rogier Stoffers
Executive Producer: Forrest E. Crisman, Jr., Kevin Sisti Jr.
Cast: Stanley Tucci, Alice Eve
Press Contacts

Press Contact
Steven Beeman
Falco Ink
New York, 10019
Phone: 212 445 7100
stevenmbeeman@falcoink.com

About the Director(s)
NEIL LaBUTE’s first film, In the Company of Men, debuted at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival and was followed by Your Friends and Neighbors, Nurse Betty, Possession and Lakeview Terrace, among others. He has also written numerous acclaimed stage plays, fiction and non-fiction magazine articles and the short story collection Seconds of Pleasure.

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