NOODLES, Dir. Claire Fowler
New Shorts

NEW SHORTS: Fucked Up Love

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14:00 Sat 7 Jan 2017

Hackney Picturehouse

Extra marital affairs, sex in forbidden places, three in a bed, polygamy, danger – it’s love, fucked up. A powerful selection of dysfunctional relationships and messed up individuals. Watch out for Paul**Nicholls**.

Hackney Picturehouse

270 Mare Street, London
E8 1HE
0871 902 5734
  • JEALOUSY

    Anya Camilleri 17 mins (UK, 2016)

    An unemployed IT systems manager gets neurotically obsessed that his wife is cheating on him and tries to catch her out.
  • THE PROPOSITION

    Riyadh Haque 4 mins (UK, 2016)

    Unceremoniously dumped, Esmeralda decides to visit her friend to offer him something he surely can't refuse.
  • AWAY WITH ME

    Oliver Mason 11 mins (UK, 2016)

    A spontaneous holiday romance in Nice turns sour when there is a clash of intentions and expectations between the two men.
  • NOODLES

    Claire Fowler 16 mins (UK, 2016)

    A short gritty film about young love, told in reverse.
  • POLLY IG AND ME

    Ben Mallaby 6 mins (UK, 2016)

    A candid snapshot of a successful marriage between three people.
  • SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN

    Harry Lighton 20 mins (UK, 2016)

    Twins Max and Jordan head to the seaside town of Hastings where Max has arranged to meet a stranger. Set in the pre-online world of 1994, it presents the mutual ground (football and conflicting music tastes) the brothers fall back on as they navigate the untested waters of Max's sexuality.
  • BREAKING

    Saul Abraham and Joel Feder 16 mins (UK, 2016)

    Dan and Anna break into and have sex in people's houses. The life they share together in a small London flat has gone stale. They find themselves trapped in a prematurely adult relationship dying a slow and unremarkable death, but are terrified of admitting this to themselves - let alone each other. The pair started breaking into empty suburban houses as a way of regaining the excitement of days gone by, an escape from the monotony of their everyday.