Pulse


Pulse

Open caption screening

 

 Pulse is a unique Australian speculative drama that shows a gay teenager’s hunger for love and belonging with conviction and honesty.

 

Olly, played by Daniel Monks who also wrote and produced the film, has a physical disability and decides that undergoing a body transplant to become a beautiful woman will solve all of his physical and romantic challenges. Convinced that the surgery will give him everything he wants, and supported by his friends and family, Olly’s change powerfully affects more than just his body.

 

Featuring a strong cast and very clever camera work, Pulse highlights the interplay of gender, sexuality, physicality and societal values in the human quest for love with conviction and refreshing honesty.

 

Pulse is a transgressive, provocative and insightful look at disability, sexuality, and identity - FilmInk

 

Join Us! For a Q&A with festival guest Daniel Monks after the screening.

 

 

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Unclassified 18+
Runtime: 85 mins
Year: 2016
Director: Stevie Cruz-Martin
Producer: Daniel Monks, Stevie Cruz-Martin, Gemma Hall
Country: Australia
Language: English
Cast: Daniel Monks, Caroline Brazier, Scott Lee, Sian Ewers, Isaro Kayitesi, Jaimee Peasley, David Richardson, Troy Rodger, Lee Jankowski, Katharine Neylon, Austin Castiglione, Alex Malone, Cameron Clark
Company Credits: World Sales: Oration Films
Genre: Speculative drama
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