This film is a work of art. Welcome to the SOHO of London in the 1960s and 1970s. This film is an indie gem that is like watching a painting. It’s a story on a journey of a young man through sexuality and experimentation. We won’t ruin the rest. Go check it out. Ciao from MILANO411.com.
“FORGET THAT BORING SHIT, YOU LEFT BEHIND! DREAM ABOUT WHO YOU WANT TO BE…”
ABOUT THIS FILM:
Starring Beach Rats’ Harris Dickinson and from acclaimed writer-director Steve McLean comes POSTCARDS FROM LONDON. Essex boy Jim (British rising star Harris Dickinson) comes to Soho in search of fame, fortune and cultural simulation. Down on his luck, he meets ‘The Raconteurs’, a coterie of male escorts whose unique selling point is their encyclopaedic knowledge of the arts. What follows is Jim’s comic descent from unsuccessful escort, to artist’s muse and art authenticator – a journey complicated by a rare psychosomatic condition called ‘Stendhal Syndrome’. Rendering him painfully oversensitive to art, the condition threatens to bring about his downfall whilst opening him up to new opportunities – but is Jim willing to grab them?