October 26, 2006

Pleading for bums…

...on seats, that is.

Scenes of a Sexual NatureA new film, Scenes of a Sexual Nature is out next weekend (November 3rd) and the makers are essentially pleading people to help get bums on seats. There’s their MySpace page the official website and then the posters being put up around university campuses.

The film’s about lots of couples on Hampstead Heath, who – according to the trailer – seem to spend 80% of the film talking about sex.

That is probably not the reason for seeing the film. Instead, you should go because:

  • It’s being self-distributed, which is bloody hard work
  • It cost £260,000
  • It’s got a great cast
  • If you don’t watch it in the first weekend it probably won’t get shown for more than a week in the cinemas.

The makers of the film are asking people to pre-book their tickets for the 3rd/4th/5th November so that cinema distributors will pick up on the buzz around the film.

Sounds like a pretty good idea to me. Oh, and it’s got Ewan MacGregor in.


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