Length: 26 mins
Director: Julia Schönstädt
Based on 1953 a confession by
Markets, railways, pubs and Piccadilly CircusMarkets, railways, pubs and Piccadilly Circus: Director Julia Schoenstaedt's second XConfessions short film takes us back in time to London in the 1950s where a seductive femme fatale is on the hunt for something that will fill the void within. Bored by the repetitiveness that has become her life, she is searching for something more. In an old pub she meets an elusive artist who is different from everyone she's ever met before. This is authentic adult cinema for everyone who loves women.
The Sixties are remembered as a time of sexual awakening and liberation. But only a few years before in Britain, loving the wrong person could make you a criminal. 1953 is a romantic vintage movie about a love story between two Londoners. Director Julia Schoenstadt's second XConfessions short is not just visually breathtaking and has a captivating narrative, it also pays great homage to all the brave queer women whose beautiful love stories never got the recognition they deserved. I love this film's nostalgic flair and super romantic sex scene. I can't wait to see more from Julia and The Sugar Town Girls!