Rising Australian star Josh Lawson’s directorial debut A Funny Kind of Love is set to be released in UK cinemas May 8th. The outrageous comedy about sex, secrets, fate and fetish enjoyed success at last year’s London Film Festival.
Writer-director Josh Lawson’s directorial debut The Little Death will arrive in UK cinemas May 8th following acclaim at last year’s London Film Festival and The International Toronto Film Festival. Re-titled A Funny Kind of Love for its UK release, the film follows five suburban couples who navigate their way through a series of sexual fetishes, from the run-of-the-mill to the hilariously obscure, in order to push their relationships to new boundaries.
For Maeve and Paul, toes are just the foothold of their desires, while next door neighbours Evie and Dan are all dressed up, but will role play expose marital flaws which they can’t pretend away?
Across the road, Rowena and Rich’s intimate antics bring them close to tears, while just around the corner, Phil begins an affair with his own wife Maureen, but without her realising it…
Described as “an outrageous romantic comedy exploring the secrets, desires, qualms and kinks of sex”, Lawson’s film proves it really is “A Funny Kind of Love”.
A Funny Kind of Love will be released in the UK May 8th