Dean & Annette ™ ©

Drama - Running time 29 mins

 

Desperately in need of female intimacy lonely city worker, Dean, goes to a brothel where he chooses working girl Annette. His pragmatic decision turns into an event of moral conscience when he discovers that Annette has been trafficked into the UK and is forced to have sex with men. Driven by guilt, Dean is determined to help Annette get home, but how can he gain trust from a woman he paid for and used?

 

A film regarding issues of loneliness, sex, male stereotypes and modern slavery.  The film looks at how choices we make as individuals has an impact on society, affecting other individuals and our quality of life. 

 

STARRING CATHLEEN MCCARRON, MARK DENHAM

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS MARCIA CARR, ELLIE BAZELEY

CAMERA NOEL FLORES-WATSON   IMAGE CONSULTANT  MATTHES    

MUSIC FUNK APPRENTICE

PRODUCERS NOEL FLORES-WATSON, GORDON WARNECKE

WRITTEN, PRODUCED, EDITED AND DIRECTED BY MARTIN DOYLE