Stella Does Tricks

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Time Out says

It may not be explicit on the physical front, but this kitchen-sink study of teenage prostitution is dubious: yes, we should know that such exploitation exists, but what's this first feature actually saying? Kelly Macdonald (from Trainspotting) is impressive in the lead, oppressed by deceptively helpful pimp Bolam and prepared to make a new start with junkie Mathieson, but she's not helped by AL Kennedy's obvious script, clumsy flashbacks, and, despite the project's liberal stance, an overall prurience (a gang-rape scene is particularly nasty).
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Release details

UK release:

1996

Duration:

99 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Coky Giedroyc

Cast:

Lindsay Henderson, Ewan Stewart, James Bolam, Hans Matheson, Kelly MacDonald, Andy Serkis

Music:

Nick Bicat

Production Designer:

Lynne Whiteread

Editor:

Budge Tremlett

Cinematography:

Barry Ackroyd

Screenwriter:

Alison Kennedy

Producer:

Adam Barker

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