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by Marcel Grant


Maria Del Conte, a 26-year-old attractive and intelligent banker has made a decision to take her life on her 27th birthday. Having had an unhappy and troubled childhood, she moved to London and carved out a successful career as an investment banker in European media investment. It is through one of her rich clients, geeky 22-year-old Bruce Day, that she is introduced to Michael - a small time film producer. Maria finds a renewed interest in life by her association with Michael, a charismatic and worldly man, slightly jaded by a life full of disappointment. He asks her out for coffee. After many refusals she finally agrees to meet. Maria doesn’t drink coffee… she orders herbal tea. They start to meet on a regular basis in front of a backdrop of guerrilla film making, young entrepreneurs Russian ‘trophy’ girlfriends, beef-cake actors and temperamental directors in a modern day, multi-cultural London. We discover the truth behind Maria’s ‘birthday’ decision, the reason for Michael’s cynicism, Maria’s new passion for strong cappuccino and observe an unusual sexual and intimate chemistry develop between the two of them…more is never enough.

original title: Coffee Sex You
country: United Kingdom
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Marcel Grant
screenplay: Marcel Grant
cast: Caspar Zafar, Rosie Fellner
cinematography by: John Record
film editing: Kant Pan
producer: Marcel Grant
production: Dancing Brave Picture
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