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INNUENDO

innuendo

Australia / 2016 / 100 min / DCP / Comedy Drama

Director : Saara Lamberg


Script : Saara Lamberg
Cinematography : Michael Liparota, Eero Vihavainen
Editing : Adam Ghiggino
Music : Charly Harrison
Production : Saara Lamberg

Cast : Saara Lamberg, Brendan Bacon, Andy Hazel, Karina Sorelli

European Premiere
Introduced by Saara Lamberg

The Finnish Tuuli grew up in an oppressively religious and abusive family and in the shadow of her angelic twin sister. She embarks on a journey to the other side of the world, Australia, to find her true identity. Curious of nudity and sexuality, she becomes a nude model for art classes. She seems to use people to her own advantage and the good boy Thomas gets left behind when she meets the rough but charismatic chainsaw sculptor Ben. Her innocent surface starts revealing sordid cracks and the good intentions of the people she meets become a graveyard for her twisted delusions of grandiose. Fascinating, her film has been compared with works David Lynch, Roman Polanski and the Coen Brothers.

 

Saara Lamberg

Finnish Australian Saara Lamberg is a director, actor, writer and producer. She has received several awards for her work, including Bronze prize at the Beverly Hills screenplay contest (Hollywood 2013), Best Actor at Comfy Shorts (Melbourne 2014), Best Drama at the Connect Film Festival (Melbourne 2014) and Best Actor (Lithuania 2004). She lived in England 2006-2010 and studied in the critically acclaimed Dartington College of Arts, graduating with a BA (HONS) degree in Theatre and Choreographic Practices in 2007. She moved to Melbourne in January 2010 and received a Distinguished Talent Permanent Residency in 2012 and citizenship in 2014. Having made five short films previously, "Innuendo" is her first feature. She wrote, directed and produced the film in which she plays the lead. She is currently developing her second feature film "Westermarck Effect".

 


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