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Lay of the Land

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Synopsis

Lay of the Land is a dark and emotionally chilling take on male sexuality and prejudice. It is played out through a charged encounter in an intimate smoky gay bar between John, a drag queen who happens to be straight, and Skif, who admits to being involved in 'gay-bashing'.

Details

Year
1999
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
14 mins
Format
35mm
Director
Fraser MacDonald
Producer
Kate Ogborn
Executive Producer
Kate Ogborn
Director of Photography
Enrico Harvey
Principal Cast
Paul Thomas Hickey, Stevan Rimkus, Craig Hill, Paul Morrow
Screen Writer
Fraser MacDonald

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Production Company

Bfi Productions
29 Rathbone Street, London W1P 1AG
Tel: 020 7636 5587 Fax: 020 7580 9456
Email: roger.shannon@bfi.org.uk

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Company

Bfi Films
21 Stephen Street, London W1P 2LN
Tel: 020 7957 8909 Fax: 020 7580 5830
Email: andrea.klein@bfi.org.uk