The Principles of Lust

March 12th, 2004







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Alec Newman at event of The Principles of LustAlec Newman at event of The Principles of Lust

Plot
Crippled by his writer's block, Paul enters into a new, exciting relationship with risk-taking Billy and super-sexy Juliette. As it becomes increasingly tangled, however, he must choose one of them over the other.

Release Year: 2003

Rating: 5.2/10 (453 voted)

Director: Penny Woolcock

Stars: Alec Newman, Marc Warren, Sienna Guillory

Storyline
Crippled by his writer's block, Paul enters into a new, exciting relationship with risk-taking Billy and super-sexy Juliette. As it becomes increasingly tangled, however, he must choose one of them over the other.

Cast:
Alec Newman - Paul
Marc Warren - Billy
Sienna Guillory - Juliette
Lara Clifton - Hole
Alexander Popplewell - Harry
Julian Barratt - Phillip
Gwyn Hollis - Jude (as Gwyne Hollis)
Tommy Yates - Beezer
Colin Nutton - Ray (as Skint Eastwood)
Kelli Hollis - Lizzie
Nisha Nayar - Olivia
Dylan Fielding - Charlie
Mackenzie Crook - Dan
Ricky Roberts - Jordon
Luke Smedley - Robbie

Release Date: 12 March 2004

Filming Locations: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK

User Review

off beat, grim, funny, outrageous, watchable, well acted and sexy!

Rating:

made back in 2001 by the now sadly defunct channel 4 films, this gritty low budget brit black comedy about everyday sheffield life is (for all it's flaws) marginally better than UK films of it's ilk. featuring an outstanding performance by marc warren before he went 'hustle' along with probably the most graphic orgy scene i've ever seen in a cinema; i must admit that the movie never bored me! basic story is about this scottish bloke who gets hooked up with a single mum whilst he also gets chummy with a photographer/psychopath he meets via a head on car collision who has a taste for organising bare knuckle fights for 11 year old boys. what ensues throughout is a well observed portrayal of pub strippers, one night shags, jobcentre interviews, and other aspects of admirable northern bohemia ('been there, done that').









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