Deep End (2011)

Deep End (2011)
 

Director Bretten Hannam

Writer Bretten Hannam

Genre Short, Drama

Year 2011

Actors Bailey Maughan, Gharrett Patrick Paon, Denis Theriault, Max Humphreys

IMDB : 5.1 (82 votes)


 

Description When Dane's older brother comes out of the closet, he must chose between siding with his homophobic peers or supporting his brother and becoming a social outcast.

Comments

  • The Krynoid Man 2013-12-30 11:38:31
    I watched this film recently and quite frankly it's, I hardly ever use this word, a masterpiece
  • effyleven 2013-08-30 13:31:52
    "Deep End" was filmed at the old swimming pool in Cathall Road, Leytonstone, where I learned to swim in the 1950's. There was an old pool, and a new pool together in one building. But the whole place has gone now, replaced by Local Authority housing, I believe... although there's a replacement pool in the new Leisure Centre close by. Quite separately I met Jane Asher a few times, as well, in my work as a photographer. She is a gracious lady, and very pleasant to work with.
  • YorkeBellamy7 2013-07-20 20:24:08
    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
  • n. bv 2012-06-12 18:52:26
    Just saw it and it's a bloody good film - it was such a sad ending though! He was messed up!
  • Crete1943 2012-04-22 11:13:24
    The film features the song "Mother Sky" by the band Can in an extended sequence set in Soho and "But I Might Die Tonight", the Cat Stevens song, which is used at the film's finale.
  • afroinness 2012-03-08 22:38:19
    anyone know the song?
  • merceplanella 2012-02-09 16:19:11
    amazing!
  • DrHogfan 2011-12-07 18:28:01
    oh man !....I remember seeing this trailer at a drive-in theater way way back when.

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