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FilmJuice Competition: To celebrate the release of Harry Wootliff's beguiling True Things we've got TWO Blu-ray copies to Give Away!
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Posted July 1, 2022 by

 
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PICTUREHOUSE ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCE HOME ENTERTAINMENT RELEASE FOR

TRUE THINGS

ON DVD, BLU-RAY & DIGITAL – 4 JULY 2022

Following its critically acclaimed theatrical release, psychological drama TRUE THINGS is set for its home entertainment release this Summer from Picturehouse Entertainment.

Ruth Wilson takes the lead in a mesmerising, critically acclaimed performance as a disillusioned benefits officer who embarks on an intoxicating affair with the mysterious blonde (Tom Burke) and her world is turned upside down. Hayley Squires also stars.

Adapted from Deborah Kay Davis’ book True Things About Me and directed by BIFA- winning and BAFTA-nominated British director Harry Wootliff, who has been described as ‘unreservedly one of the most fearless young filmmakers around’ (Film Stories), the film is produced by Tristan Goligher, Ben Jackson, Ruth Wilson and Jude Law. TRUE THINGS will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital on Monday 4 July 2022.

Synopsis

Bored by the daily tedium of her office job, Kate (Ruth Wilson) is sleepwalking through life when a chance sexual encounter with a charismatic stranger (Tom Burke) awakens her. High on infatuation and the exhilaration of this new relationship, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to this mysterious new man. Hoping he will provide the escape she so desperately desires, she embarks on an emotionally dangerous journey that slowly begins to consume her. Adapted from Deborah Kay Davies’s acclaimed novel ‘True Things About Me’, Harry Wootliff’s new film is an intense and absorbing psychological drama.


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