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AKA

by Duncan Roy

synopsis

Dean, the handsome hero, is trapped in a dead world: a working class suburb with a sexually abusive father and a waitress mother who is convinced that she is the friend of aristocrats she serves. Dean runs away from home seeking out Lady Gryffoyn, one of the many characters that his mother has told him about at the restaurant. After meeting Lady Gryffoyn, Dean moves into her home but after a short time falls out with her jealous son Alex Gryffoyn.

international title: AKA
original title: AKA
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Third Rock Ltd C/o Bard Entertainments
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Duncan Roy
film run: 118'
release date: UK 11/10/2002
screenplay: Duncan Roy
cast: Matthew Leitch, Lindsey Coulson, Diana Quick, George Asprey, Blake Ritson, Peter Youngblood Hills, Bill Nighy
cinematography by: Scott Taylor, Steve Smith, Claire Vinson, Ingrid Domeij
film editing: Lawrence Catford, Jackie Ophir, Jon Cross
art director: Dean Clegg
costumes designer: David Thomas
producer: Richard West
production: Third Rock Ltd
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