POSTCARDS FROM LONDON
Country boy Jim, beautiful and talented, ends up among Soho's "Raconteurs" — a group of male prostitutes who have dedicated themselves as much to art as to sex. Jim, however, suffers from Stendhal syndrome, a rare psychosomatic disorder that makes him hallucinate or even faint when he looks at art. This doesn't make his extraordinary job any easier, especially not when he becomes a kind of appraiser who is tasked with distinguishing forgeries from original works of art.
Cast: Harris Dickinson, Leonardo Salerni, Ben Cura, Raphael Desprez, Leo Hatton
Screenplay: Steve McLean
Director of Photography: Annika Summerson
Film Editor: Stephen Boucher
Composer: Christian Siddell
Production Designer: Fiona Albrow
Costume Design: Kate Forbes
Producer: Soledad Gatti-Pascual
Production Company: Diablo Films
World Sales: The Bureau Sales
Distributor: Salzgeber & Co. Medien GmbH
Director: Steve McLean
Author and director Steve McLean adapted autobiographical writings of performance artist David Wojnarowicz into his 1994 film POSTCARDS FROM AMERICA. POSTCARDS FROM LONDON is his second feature film.