Postcards from London Boxcover

Postcards from London

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Postcards from London is set in a vibrant, neon-lit, imaginary vision of Soho. This morality tale manages to be both a beautifully-shot homage to the spirit of Derek Jarman and a celebration of the homo-erotic in Baroque art. With a script that keeps you in thrall, Postcards from London illuminates the potency of high art in queer history.

Beautiful Essex boy Jim (Beach Rats rising star Harris Dickinson), having traveled from the suburbs, finds himself in Soho searching for fame, fortune and cultural stimulation. Down on his luck, he meets with a gang of unusual high class male escorts - The Raconteurs - who specialize in post-coital conversation. 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?

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  • Director: Steve McLean
  • Length: 1 hrs. 30 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Jan 29 2019
  • Added: Nov 13 2018
  • Production Year: 2018
  • TLA SKU: 2581591
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 712267381128


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2.50 out of 5

Review by Hermit

By: Hermit
I found the directing of it quite bizarre. The neon colours and such were good, and seeing Harris Dickinson shirtless is always good, but overall, I just found it to be quite a bizarre movie. One I probably wouldn't watch again.
3.00 out of 5

Review by NCalBB

By: NCalBB
This is one of the two worst films I have ever purchased from TLA, the other being Phoenix. I am considering rewatching Phoenix tomorrow to decide which is worse, then trashing both of them. The summary leads you to believe that being a high-end rent... Read More

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