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Out at Lunch

New documentary from LifeSliceFilms
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Out at Lunch trailer

Overview

Genre
Contemporary Issues, Portrait, Human Interest, Lifestyle, and Minorities
Synopsis

During their last few days at Cambridge University a tight-knit group of friends prepare for life in the 'real world' as adults, and as lesbians...

Set against the impressive backdrop of Cambridge University, surrounded by history, privilege and tradition, Out at Lunch introduces a group of friends who probably aren't featured in the prospectus. They’re all lesbians, and what started as an occasional get together in Claudia’s kitchen has developed into an invaluable support network. As one girl puts it: “I feel like I’m a bit of novelty when I’m with my other friends, but to me it’s who I am. When I’m with the group it’s so much easier to be natural and relax. It’s just not a big deal.” We meet the group during their last few days together, as graduation looms and they prepare to go their separate ways. To mark what feels like the end of an era, they’ve organised one last get-together with a difference, it‟s a formal meal and this time they‟re inviting the parents!

Treatment
Show treatment
Stage
in post-production
Running time
60 minutes

Credits

  • Alisa Arnah ... Director/Producer
  • Emma Brogen ... Producer/Director

Production Details

Prod. Co.
LifeSliceFilms
Years of Production
2009
Locations
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Distribution Details

Release year
2010
Language
English

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