Predominantly anime, but part live-action, Palisades Tartan is proud to present Princess, a sexually graphic and brazenly violent film that takes aim at the porn industry using its own equally astonishing and taboo arsenal. This film will street September 29th in video stores across the country.
August returns home from years of missionary work after hearing about the death of his sister Christina, who – after going from greatness to the gutter as the famous porn star “The Princess” – has finally died of drug abuse. She has left behind her five year-old daughter, Mia, with a prostitute, which August, a devout clergy man, finds unacceptable. He visits the brothel to bring Mia home with him and becomes her guardian. Burdened by sorrow, guilt and unspeakable rage August goes on a rampage to avenge his sister’s death and brings her small daughter with him. The mission escalates into a brutal and violent rout as August attempts desperately to protect the only thing he holds dear – namely Mia – forcing him to make a fateful decision.
Winner of multiple film festival awards, including Best European Fantastic Feature Film at the Sweden Fantastic Film Festival 2007 and Best Film at the Catalonian International Film 2007. PRINCESS also opened Director’s Fortnight in Cannes 2006 and played The Midnight Madness section in Toronto Film Festival 2006.
Director Anders Morgenthaler and partner Mikael Wulff are the creators of a daily comic strip in the Danish newspaper Politiken. The two have has also realized their comedy strip in a TV-show on national television in Denmark. Further, the comedy strip is currently being developed into an animated series for MTV Europe.
Danish, with English subtitles, PRINCESS is presented in Anamorphic Widescreen with Stereo Sound. Special DVD features TBD.
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