Pretty Red Dress (Region B BLU-RAY)
UK Import. Blu-Ray disc is Region B locked and will only play on All Region Blu-Ray players.
Travis has just been released from prison and it quickly becomes apparent that everything has changed while he’s been gone. While girlfriend Candice is on the up and auditioning to star in a musical, teenage daughter Kenisha is struggling in school and her relationship with her mum is tense. When Travis buys Candice her dream dress for an audition, rather than smoothing over the family’s problems, it ends up creating even more… As secrets and desires left unsaid threaten to spill out, Travis is forced to re-examine who he is and how he wants to be perceived in the world.
A debut feature from writer and director Dionne Edwards, Pretty Red Dress features breakthrough performances from Natey Jones, and newcomer Temilola Olatunbosun, as well as the chart-topping singer and West End actor Alexandra Burke in her first film role.
- Presented in High Definition
- Audio commentary by writer and director Dionne Edwards and producer Georgia Goggin
- Pretty Red Dress Q&A (2023, 23 mins): Dionne Edwards, Georgia Goggin and cast members Temilola Olatunbosun, Natey Jones and Alexandra Burke discuss Pretty Red Dress with Caleb Femi
- Dressing Up (2023, 14 mins): Dionne Edwards looks back on Pretty Red Dress discussing some of its themes and influences
- Picking Up the Thread (2023, 7 mins): Georgia Goggin recounts the production history of Pretty Red Dress
- Starting a conversation (2022, 3 mins): chorographer and movement director Johannes Radebe discusses his role on the film
- Sundance Directors Lab Scenes (2019, 8 mins): during the Sundance Directors Lab Dionne Edwards shot scenes from Pretty Red Dress with actors Eric Kofi Abrefa, Riann Steele and Aria Harrell taking the lead roles
- We Love Moses (2016, 16 mins): award-winning short film by Dionne Edwards
- Newly produced audio description (feature only)
- **FIRST PRESSING ONLY** Illustrated booklet featuring a director’s statement, original Sight and Sound review by Ben Walters, production diary extracts and credits