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AKA (film)

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Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Duncan Roy
Writer  Duncan Roy
Language  English
6.3/10 IMDb

Director  Duncan Roy
Music director  Matt Rowe
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Country  United Kingdom
AKA (film) movie poster
Release date  January 19, 2002
Cast  Matthew Leitch (Dean Page), Diana Quick, George Asprey
Similar movies  Factory Girl, Fish Tank, The Last Witch Hunter, Knock Knock, The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things, At the Edge of the Abyss
Tagline  Based on the remarkable true story.

Aka


AKA is a 2002 drama film, the first by director and writer Duncan Roy. The film is set in the late 1970s in Britain and deals with the story of Dean, an 18-year-old boy who assumes another identity in order to enter high society. Dean then meets David, an older gay man who desires him and Benjamin, a young Texan hustler. It is largely an autobiographical account of Duncan Roy's early life.

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AKA (film) movie scenes

The screen consists of a row of three frames, showing three perspectives.

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Cast

  • Matthew Leitch as Dean Page
  • Diana Quick as Lady Gryffoyn
  • George Asprey as David
  • Lindsey Coulson as Georgie
  • Blake Ritson as Alexander Gryffoyn
  • Peter Youngblood Hills as Benjamin
  • Geoff Bell as Brian Page
  • Hannah Yelland as Camille Sturton
  • Daniel Lee as Jamie Page
  • Bill Nighy as Uncle Louis Gryffoyn
  • David Kendall as Lee Page
  • Fenella Woolgar as Sarah
  • Sean Gilder as Tim Lyttleton
  • Robin Soans as Neil Frost
  • Stephen Boxer as Dermot
  • Reception

    The film has been nominated for several awards, especially in the gay community.

  • 2002 — Nominated for the British Independent Film Awards.
  • 2002 — Won the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.
  • 2002 — Won the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
  • 2002 — Won L.A. Outfest.
  • 2002 — Won the Copenhagen Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.
  • 2003 — Nominated for the BAFTA Awards.
  • 2003 — Nominated for the Emden International Film Festival.
  • 2004 — Won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards.
  • References

    AKA (film) Wikipedia
    AKA (film) IMDbAKA (film) Rotten TomatoesAKA (film) themoviedb.org


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