Stella – Die Lolita Prostituierte


Stella Does Tricks is a 1996 film about a young Glaswegian girl, played by Kelly Macdonald, working as a prostitute in London.

The film was the first feature film directed by Coky Giedroyc, inspired by her previous work making documentaries about homeless people in Glasgow, Manchester, and London, and provided Macdonald with her first film role after Trainspotting.[4] The film has been described as "an uncompromisingly feminist text, in which the Baby Doll turns Avenger",[5] and by Lawrence van Gelder of The New York Times as a "bleak, perceptive portrait of the prostitute as a young girl torn between the need for genuine love and a career of sexual exploitation".[6]

Despite the film centering on the lives of female prostitutes, the only nudity in the film is male nudity.[7]

The screenplay was written by the novelist A. L. Kennedy, and draws in part on one of her earlier stories, Friday Payday.[4][8] Cinematography was by frequent Ken Loach collaborator Barry Ackroyd.[9]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
06.11.1997 in Deutschland
weitere Titel:
Stella Does Tricks ast en-ca en-gb
De la part de Stella
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich
IMDB: 634
Verleih:Strand Releasing
Regie:Coky Giedroyc
Drehbuch:A. L. Kennedy
Kamera:Barry Ackroyd
Darsteller:Kelly Macdonald
James Bolam
Andy Serkis
Ewan Stewart
Hans Matheson
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