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We first reported earlier this year about the three-director horror anthology LITTLE DEATHS; go here to track back through our previous items with exclusive pics. Now we have our third and final batch of photos to debut for you, from the segment titled “Bitch” by Simon Rumley, director of RED WHITE & BLUE and THE LIVING AND THE DEAD.
“Each segment in LITTLE DEATHS is narratively and stylistically completely different,” Rumley tells Fango, “and although they deal with the same psychosexual themes, they each treat horror in a different way. ‘Bitch’ is really a relationship drama with a nasty ending and, like THE LIVING AND THE DEAD and RED WHITE & BLUE, is more about the horrific and disturbing ways people treat each other, and is thus more of a tragedy than an out-and-out scary movie. The film is about the sexual games that Pete [Tom Sawyer] and Claire [Kate Braithwaite] play, and occasionally, when they become a little more aggressive, he starts wearing this homemade—and creepy—mask,” seen in the pic above.”
LITTLE DEATHS is currently in postproduction and should be debuting next year; stay tuned for more updates. Rumley provided brief descriptions of the photos seen below:
“This is Pete, upset, when he’s not wearing that creepy mask!”
“Without giving too much away, this is one of the pivotal points in the movie—but needless to say, the guy Claire is having sex with isn’t her boyfriend!”
“Kate is a very pretty and sweet girl and did an amazing job, but there were a few times when she was a little freaked out—and this was one of them!”
“My last two films—this and RED WHITE & BLUE—both have girls tied up at some point, but my next couple don’t—which some people will be happy about and some won’t!”
“Back to Pete in the creepy mask! All the locations we shot in were real and involved little or no production design, except this, Pete and Claire’s flat, which used to be an army barracks/quarters but now lies completely empty. Our production team spent a weekend turning it into a very believable poky London flat, and did an excellent job.”
“Hard to see what’s going on here, but Pete and Claire are in a well-graffiti’d underpass on the way to seeing a gig by a great up-and-coming London band called S.C.U.M. Claire suffers from a panic attack seconds later.”
“There are a lot of dogs in London, and these are just some of them, waiting for their new owner to come and feed them…”
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