True Things is just one of the events that Kismet will be presenting in the upcoming months. Stay tuned for details.

From psychological dramas celebrating kick-ass female directors, life-affirming stories of Holocaust survival, to pondering the next agricultural revolution, Kismet films will take you on a journey through wildly different worlds, BUT they all have something pretty special to say and something pretty important to talk about.

Director >

Harry Wootliff

Cast >

Ruth Wilson, Tom Burke

Genre >

Drama

Classification >

MA15+

Running Time >

102 mins

Bored by the daily tedium of her office job, Kate (Ruth Wilson) is sleepwalking through life when a chance sexual encounter with a charismatic stranger (Tom Burke) awakens her. High on infatuation and the exhilaration of this new relationship, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to this mysterious new man. Hoping he will provide the escape she so desperately desires, she embarks on an emotionally dangerous journey that slowly begins to consume her. Adapted from Deborah Kay Davies’s acclaimed novel ‘True Things About Me’, Harry Wootliff’s new film is an intense and absorbing psychological drama.

Official Selection:

2021 Venice Film Festival

2021 Toronto International Film Festival

2021 London Film Festival

Winner: Ruth Wilson, Best Actress, British Independent Film Awards

"It's an absorbing, character-driven film that explores female sensuality and longing in all its complexity - and whatever your gender or preferences, its vexing central relationship may well ring a bell.” Deadline Hollywood "This is a strong, assertive, sexy story about and by women that every woman will in some way recognise, and many more men besides.” Screen International

Bored by the daily tedium of her office job, Kate (Ruth Wilson) is sleepwalking through life when a chance sexual encounter with a charismatic stranger (Tom Burke) awakens her. High on infatuation and the exhilaration of this new relationship, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to this mysterious new man. Hoping he will provide the escape she so desperately desires, she embarks on an emotionally dangerous journey that slowly begins to consume her. Adapted from Deborah Kay Davies’s acclaimed novel ‘True Things About Me’, Harry Wootliff’s new film is an intense and absorbing psychological drama.

Official Selection:

2021 Venice Film Festival

2021 Toronto International Film Festival

2021 London Film Festival

Winner: Ruth Wilson, Best Actress, British Independent Film Awards

"It's an absorbing, character-driven film that explores female sensuality and longing in all its complexity - and whatever your gender or preferences, its vexing central relationship may well ring a bell.” Deadline Hollywood "This is a strong, assertive, sexy story about and by women that every woman will in some way recognise, and many more men besides.” Screen International

 
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