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BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA

Marion HANSEL

Country : Belgium, France, United kingdom

ANGELS AND INSECTS
In Competition – Feature Films

ANGELS AND INSECTS

Directed by : Philip HAAS

Country : UNITED STATES Length : 117 minutes

Synopsis

William Adamson a naturalist is shipwrecked on his way back from the Amazon in 1858, and all his specimens are lost. He returns to England penniless. Befriended by a wealthy collector of flora and fauna, William is instantly consumed with desire for his breathtakingly beautiful daughter, Eugenia. Their shy courtship is the picture of Victorian decorum but on their wedding night, Eugenia displays an unexpected sexual passion. They rapidly produce a brood of babies. But conjugal bliss turns into confusion and isolation for William, and he buries himself in his work, a study of ants that he has undertaken with Matty Crompton, a pour relative of the family. The insects and the human worlds finally merge when the full horror of betrayal and deceit are revealed.

Credits

Philip HAAS - Director

Philip HAAS - Script / Dialogue

Belinda HAAS - Script / Dialogue

Bernard ZITZERMANN - Cinematography

Alexandre BALANESCU - Music

Belinda HAAS - Film Editor

Jennifer KERNKE - Set decorator

Casting

Mark RYLANCE - William Adamson

Kristin SCOTT THOMAS - Matty Crompton

Patsy KENSIT - Eugenia Alabaster

film poster © DR

In Competition – Feature Films Released on Philip HAAS

ANGELS AND INSECTS

William Adamson a naturalist is shipwrecked on his way back from the Amazon in 1858, and all his specimens are lost. He returns to England penniless....
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