Saturday, June 15, 2019

HUGH SKINNER, MATT LAURIA, JEAN MARC BARR JOIN JUNO TEMPLE IN 1950'S MOROCCO SET EROTIC SERIES LITTLE BIRDS FOR SKY ATLANTIC!

'LITTLE BIRDS' TV SERIES SENDS
JUNO TEMPLE, HUGH SKINNER, MATT LAURIA TO 1950'S TANGIER
More cast has been announced for Sky Atlantic's new period set six part drama LITTLE BIRDS the adaptation of Anais Nin’s book of erotic stories,
Our dearest Hugh Skinner is returning to period set TV
set in Tangier in 1955, in the famous international zone, one of the last outposts of colonial decadence!  

Juno Temple plays American debutante Lucy Savage faced with a culture shock. David Costabile will play Lucy’s larger than life father, Grant Savage, an arms manufacturer who wants to control his daughter, wiith Amy Landecker as his loquacious wife Vanessa. Having set Lucy up with an English Lord, Hugo Cavendish Smythe (played by Harlots, Poldark and Star Wars star Hugh Skinner) Grant thinks he has a malleable, potentially useful son-in-law but
Matt Lauria leads the American part of the cast
unbeknownst to the Savages, Hugo has already lost his heart to someone else. Matt Lauria will be Bill, a bartender and bohemian artist who works in neighbourhood nightclub El Sirocco and soon becomes a confidante of both Lucy and Hugo. Although he is not what he seems and his flirtation and the hand of friendship offered to Lucy and Hugo is very much a cover for some more nefarious motivations. As Lucy fights to carve out her independence and identity, her life becomes intertwined with Cherifa Lamour (Yumna Marwan), a Moroccan dominatrix who services the diplomats and foreigners of this colourful, bohemian world and Egyptian Aristocrat Adham Abaza (Raphael Acloque), and they all become entangled with some very dangerous characters. Nina Sosanya, Rossy De Palma, Jean Marc-Barr and Raphael Acloque also star.

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    1. Hope it will be explicit and saucy, we've seen a lot of Hugh Skinner's gorgeous bum in Harlots, it is very white and peachy :) Stuff of dreams...

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  2. I bet the Moroccan dominatrix is quite a feisty character. We may need to keep a high powered fan beside us to cool down with after watching this!

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  3. I suppose Little Birds is the kind of movie that best adresses teens and their parents. Anyway, Morocco is not a recommendable place for young westerners.

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    1. It is not? I thought Morocco was one of the few Muslim countries safe for tourists, no? I like their queen, Lala Salma. And I love that over there, men go around holding hands (it is their habit to hold hands with friends, so you can see even grandpas walking around holding hands, so lovely).

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