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ActorsBradley Cross, Joe Gosling, Janet Bamford

DirectorLloyd Eyre-Morgan

From Gay Essential

Released in June 2013, Dream On is a film written and directed by Lloyd Eyre-Morgan. It is Eyre-Morgan’s directorial debut. The film is a coming-of-age story and is set in the summers of 1988/9 in remote Wales, and stars Bragley Cross, Joe Gosling, Emily Spowage and Janet Bamford. Read More Here

Read our interview with Lloyd Eyre-Morgan

“Magical moments of a delightfully relaxed approach to sexuality and the adult world, tremendous sub-plots that keep the film moving and together, and a soundtrack that helps blend the performances with the script”
   Simon Belt, Manchester Salon

“The core becomes shaped into this story of a person pursuing a dream and his idea of perseverance, of saying what you want and not giving up when going after it.”
   Marlon Wallace, WBOC16

We Say:
“I felt touched by how quickly a circle of support formed around the characters, especially from Angharad (Emily Spowage). I miss that natural nurturing from youth, before it becomes lost to narcissism. Dream On feels very realistic not forced, an excellent debut from Lloyd Eyre-Morgan.”
   Alexander Ryll, Gay Essential

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Tla Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Jun 2013

 

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Reviews

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    Like Beautiful Thing, Dream On started life in the theatre but in this production, unusually, both the leads made the move across from stage to celluloid. Set in the bleak 1980s, Paul (Bradley Cross) plays a shy Northern lad much put upon by his overbearing mother (Janet Bamford). On a camping holiday in North Wales, he meets George (Joe Gosling), a cocky London lad with all the swagger and confidence that Paul lacks. Without giving too much away, a slow-burning love story emerges which is beautifully played out by the two boys. In addition, some deftly comic touches are added by the character of Angharad (Emily Spowage), whose father owns the campsite.

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