- Director: Mitchell Marion
- Writer: Mitchell Marion
- Producer: Mitchell Marion; Louisa Warren
Well...here's a film that goes to some unexpected and chilling places.
The scope of this film - in terms of production and imagination - is immense.
It's thrilling, disturbing and utterly accomplished. Bravo.
Have you ever felt ashamed of who you are and where you come from? Maciej does. He suppresses his sexual and cultural identities in order to climb the corporate ladder, and escape his humble South London council estate upbringing. The trouble is - he works for the property development company that plans to tear down his home, and build luxury apartments. Whilst he struggles with the conflicting wishes of his overbearingly conservative Polish mother Marta, and the orders of his handsome boss Christopher, he begins to suspect he is being followed by a group of beautiful, darkly suited men. Unable to escape this waking nightmare, the Suited Men invade Maciej's dreams, and the lines between shame filled lust and reality, begin to blur.