The Principles of Lust (2003)



Directer:Penny Woolcock Producer:Madonna Baptiste Writter:Penny Woolcock   

Music:Andy Cowton Cinematography:Graham Smith Editor:Brand Thumim  

Running time:108 min Country:UK  Language:English Genre:Drama Adult   

Subtitle: English Starring:Alec Newman ... Paul, Marc Warren ... Billy,
Sienna Guillory ... Juliette, Lara Clifton ... Hole, Alexander Popplewell ... Harry,
Julian Barratt ... Phillip, Gwyn Hollis ... Jude



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British Independent Film Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2003 Nominated Douglas Hickox Award Penny Woolcock 
Rotterdam International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2003 Nominated Tiger Award Penny Woolcock 

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.

User Reviews
Interesting, if flawed.

 by noir guy (London, England)
At last, a British movie with a degree of ambition, even if the ambition remains unfulfilled by the film''s fade-out. Basically, this is the old tale of the blocked male protagonist becoming enervated by an encounter with his dark side before ultimately realising the error of his ways (see also FIGHT CLUB). As a meditation on machismo and the male psyche, this certainly passes muster, with the dark side manifestation Billy (a truly scary and, hopefully, career-defining performance by Marc Warren) proving that the devil really does have all the best tunes (literally, as the soundtrack really rocks when the characters get down to their darker doings). However, the invention and insight runs out around the halfway mark leaving us with some sub-Georges Bataille musings and a conventional wrap-up which seriously detract from an interesting set-up which promises much but delivers merely a light cuff when a sucker punch is needed. Still, it''s dark, challenging and occasionally disturbing work (the corruption of innocence theme is particularly well handled, as is the direction of all the child actors), and the explicit sexual detail will almost certainly result in a truncated or unrated version being released Stateside. On the basis of this, director Penny Woolcock and saturnine star Marc Warren look to be emergent talents well worth watching. Recommended, albeit with reservations.


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