Winner VAN GOGH AWARD Amsterdam Film Festival (2012)
Official Selection LONDON INDEPENDENT Film Festival (2012)
Rose, one woman’s fight to reclaim her life..and the life of her daughter.
Rose is a hopeful woman broken by drugs, prostitution and Blondie, the Czar of Hellville. Struggling to support her habit, Rose finds herself and her six-year old daughter at Hellville’s mercy. When Rose betrays Blondie turning tricks behind his back she and her daughter endure many hardship, including the fight to protect themselves from Blondie’s brutal iron grip, in pursuit of her dream to reclaim their lives.
Rose, Ellie and Tony, the three of them, bonded in an imperfect little family based on pain and suffering. The three struggle to escape and find a better part of the imperfect world where they live together. Rose finds the inner strength to reclaim her life and leave forever the inferno of Hellville.
|Directed by||Kemal Yildirim|
|Written by||Jack James|
|Starring||Helen Clifford, Mike Mitchell, Patrick Regis|
|Music by||The Courtesans|
|Edited by||Jack James, Kemal Yildirim|
|Rose the Film|
|Distributed by||Shami Media|
|Release date||15 April 2012 (London Independent Film Festival)|
|Running time||86 minutes|