- Yes 2019
- Abi 2019
More Sex, Lies and Depravity
Jason Impey, Wade Radford, Victoria Howlett for Avenge Productions MK, J.I. Productions
directed by Jason Impey
starring Wade Radford, Zachary Ockenden, Emilia Ufir, Kealey Gavillet, Victoria Howlett, Ruggero Dalla Santa, Nathaniel Francis, Toyin Sanyalou, Victoria Welton, Kerry Jo Hodgkin, Richard Herdman, Simon Britton, Keylee Jade Flanders, Chelsea Impey, Leigh Sorrell, Natascha Sauer (archive footage), Joshua Hallam, Alan Impey, Georgia Smith
written by Wade Radford
Sex, Lies and Depravity
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The events of Sex, Lies
and Depravity, which culminated in Jake (Leigh Sorrell) killing
his wife Hannah (Natascha Sauer) before making his getaway have left their
repercussions on everyone: Lisa (Kealey Gavillet), Hannah's best friend
who has become her daughter's (Chelsea Impey) foster mum, only to become
social worker Annie's (Kerry Jo Hodgkin) central point of focus, Julie
(Emilia Ufir), who had to find out in the aftermath that her good friend
Hannah, who had to find out in the aftermath of the murder that Jake only
did it because he was obsessed with her husband ... but most of all of
course Ethan (Wade Radford), his gay lover, who was only in for the fun
when the two of them got together and who hadn't wanted it to culminate
like this - and now his conscience weighs in heavily on him ...
together with Kyle (Zachary Ockenden), the man he loves, these days, and
he has gone off drugs, but the past events haunt him. Kyle does everything
to help Ethan over it, but it's especially hard because he can't seem to
stay out of trouble, as currently he owes a couple of local goons (Ruggero
Dalla Santa, Nathaniel Francis) quite a lot of money ... and he has no
intention of paying up, instead comes up with a plan that seems to work
out, but ultimately might end him in the shithile ...
Oh, and of course,
Jake isn' totally out of the picture, either ...
Lies and Depravity is definitely a film you will only enjoy if you
have watched Sex, Lies and
Depravity (might be the best idea to watch them back-to-back,
actually), as it's very good at building up on that movie's characters,
situations and the like, but one might be a little lost without having
seen the earlier movie. That said, like Sex,
Lies and Depravity it's a fascinating and gritty drama from what
you might call the underbelly of society, that without ever becoming
really explicit in any way focuses on character rather than spectacle,
and on atmosphere rather than shocks the title might suggest ... and it
works, really. A very nice movie!