Postcards From London

U.K., 87m, DCP

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Screened November 9–16, 2018

A spiritual sequel to Postcards from America, which opened at the Quad in 1995, McLean’s first film in 24 years is a playfully anachronistic, neon-tinged romp through a vividly imagined Soho—and a crash course in homoerotic art history. Blessed with “the face of an angel,” Jim (Harrison Dickinson, Beach Rats) is recruited by a band of intellectually-inclined hustlers, but his new career as an escort turned muse is complicated by Stendhal Syndrome, a rare psychosomatic disorder that renders him utterly helpless in the presence of great beauty.

Official selection: Outfest; BFI Flair

A Strand Releasing release.

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A film by Steve McLean

Colorful… a fantasia of high art and bared skin.”