AKA (2002)
Director: Duncan Roy
Writer: Duncan Roy
Stars: Matthew Leitch, Diana Quick, George Asprey

Synopsis –

Based on an incredible true story set in 1979

AKA tells the tale of Dean, young, good looking, disaffected and trapped. With cunning and deceit, he inveigles his way into the debauched upper echelons of British and European artistocratic society adopting the identity of the son of a former employer. Through this journey of identity lost and found, Dean is finally able to confront life on his own terms. Starring: Bill Nighy (Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 1; The Boat That Rocked; Love Actually); Geoff Bell (Top Boy; Solomon Kane; Brighton Rock); Fenella Woolgar (Silk; Vera Drake; How To Lose Friends & Alienate People) Produced by Richard West Third Rock, Film Council and Julian Hayward present a Third Rock production in association with Bard Entertainments.


‘Funny, scary and sharp as a tack.’ The Guardian

‘Deeply felt and constantly entertaining.’ The Independent

‘Duncan Roy’s vision is elegant, priceless and wholly original. AKA is a masterpiece.’ Will Self


Nominated for Douglas Hickox Award, British Independent Film Awards.

BAFTA nominated for The Carl Foreman Award.

Official selection Sundance Film Festival 2003.

Winner of Seattle G&L Award for best feature.

Winner of Audience Award – Copenhagen G&L Film Festival.

Winner of HBO First Feature Award – Outfest LA 2002.

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