As a man drowns in the waters of a deserted beach at night he fights for his life, and his mind plays out the events that led him to be there. This beautiful work is the filmic accompaniment to the new album by Suede, and deals with how love, anguish and despair affect the human psyche.
Iconic cult indie band Suede have also been called “the most exciting and original English group since the Smiths” by The Times. Director Roger Sargent (The Libertines - There Are No Innocent Bystanders) has been named NME’s “most important music photographer” and collaborated with the band on this hypnotic film, where their atmospheric songs and images work in powerful conjunction.
Join us for a Q&A with members of the band - including singer Brett Anderson and Mat Osman, plus lead actor Alex Walton, following the screening.
Part of Filmic 2016.