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A coming of age film about best friends Cara and Lucy set in 1993.

Lucy suspects that Cara has feelings for girls rather than boys and she is determined to get the truth out of her. Even at the risk of damaging their friendship.

UK Film Review

“Astutely intimate and containing wonderful, believable characters, Cooke’s short film is a timeless journey of self discovery and friendship. Whilst the window may be brief, we witness a beautiful moment of connection that transcends the shallow concepts of social media and the like, and harks back to a time where the clarity of one’s identity could only be found by challenging yourself and those you cared about.”

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Circle of Cinema – Pillow Talk @ Underwire Festival Review

“Pillow Talk mostly ended up being a damn good reminder of my time during the 90s. True, I was a teenage boy, but I remember the coloured hairspray and Polaroid cameras! But I also remember how negatively being gay was perceived. Cooke’s film does an amazing job of showing us the true power of friendship in the face of societal judgement.”

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CAST

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CARA

Ashleigh Cordery 

Ashleigh is originally from Worksop, South Yorkshire but has lived and worked in London for the past year. She is very excited to be working on ‘Pillow Talk’ as she loves strong female lead pieces and enjoys making truthful and honest art
that reflects real people.

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LUCY

Miranda Horn 

Born and bred in London, Miranda has recently finished playing the roles of The Other Woman and Greta in Olivier Award Nominated ‘Witness For the Prosecution’ at County Hall.  Last year she played the role of Dollie in British indie feature ‘The 12’ which went on to win Best Feature Film at the Unrestricted View Film Festival and is due for release late 2018. Miranda has recently wrapped on indie feature ‘Dragonflies Only Live for 24 hours’. She also has her own production company and has her second self penned short currently in development.