Lucky Bastard

Release Date: 22 February 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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From Everett Lewis, the acclaimed writer-director of the art-house hits Luster and The Natural History of Parking Lots, comes an arousing and dark-edged story of a passionate affair set amidst the backroom bars, dark alleys and sordid hotel rooms of modern-day Los Angeles – a city where even if you’re lucky enough to have it all, it doesn’t mean you know exactly what you want.

Rusty (Patrick Tatten, The Soloist) is a successful architect with to-die-for pecs, bulging biceps and a killer smile. When his stodgy boyfriend leaves town, Rusty has a chance encounter with a handsome though seedy drifter, Denny (Dale Dymkoski, TV’s “Law and Order: SVU”). Blinded by Denny’s good looks, vulnerability and hustler charm, Rusty begins an intense, steamy relationship ruled by long-dormant passions. However, as Denny’s control over Rusty strengthens, it soon becomes clear that Rusty – now on a seductive ride of sex and drugs – must decide what it is he truly wants.

Lucky Bastard is an edgy, sensual and salacious exploration of youthful indiscretion, sexual indulgence and the high stakes of attraction – a story that rings true to anyone who’s ever fallen for the wrong guy for all the right reasons.

Deleted Scenes, Commentary with the Director and Director Of Photography
Release Date: 22 February 2010
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Everett Lewis

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 1.77 Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 90 minutes
Production Year: 2009
Main Language: English
Subtitles: English
Hearing Impaired Languages: English

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Catalogue No: QC88501