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Unconditional · dir. Bryn Higgins
Great Britain 2012, 92’


10/24, 13:00 · Baj Pomorski – hall A


Seventeen year-old twins Kristen and Owen are so wrapped up in their own world that they’re misfits in the real one. Viciously witty, they spend their days caring for their mum Maureen and taking the piss out of their rough estate. They love Maureen but dream of murder and escape. Then along comes Liam: tough, charming, full velocity, genuinely cool. Kristen fancies him with the intensity of someone in a fairytale. But Liam takes Owen out drinking. Pissed and “just for a laugh”, Liam suggests that Owen try on some designer women’s clothes he happens to have. Previously invisible behind his dominant sister, Owen transforms into a beautiful, sexy woman and finds the world — and Liam — attracted to him.

Director:Bryn Higgins
Screenplay:Joe Fisher
Music:John Lunn
Cinematography:Paul Otter
Editing:Ben Yeates
Cast:Harry McEntire, Madelaine Clark, Christian Cooke, Melanie Hill, James Bolam
Awards:Oficjalna selekcja / Official Selection: MFF w Edynburgu / Edinburgh IFF, MFF w Monachium / Munich IFF, Frameline 36 – MFF LGBT w San Francisco / Frameline 36 – San Francisco LGBT IFF (2012)

Bryn Higgins grew up in west London. After the Royal College of Art he went to the BBC making documentaries. He left to write commissioned dramas and has always remained as film-maker who is passionate about making highly creative projects with a small group. Bryn has been BAFTA Nominated for Originality and has made high-profile dramas and docs with British, North American and European broadcasters. His latest series for BBC ONE was twice nominated for an RTS (NW) Award for Best Drama Series and was selected for a BAFTA by the BBC. Unconditional is his first feature film.


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