Directed by: Wolfgang Büld
Actors: Fiona Horsey, Paul Conway and William Rowsey
Also known as: The Chambermaid
Description: The storyline is logical, well outlined and never boring. Clichés are almost systematically avoided, with the result that the movie appears to be young, fresh and original. The Actors are gorgeous especially Fiona Horsey is filling out her character with all her heart which is really wonderful to watch(despite all the hassle and filth she has to deal with in her role). In spite of the German Director it’s a very English movie, at least in the way I know England. Temperamental. However the film is cynical, brutal, perverse, sometimes disgusting. If You like to stay in a harmonic, beautiful world you should avoid “Lovesick: Sick Love”.
Julia is a hard-working girl with two jobs and a boyfriend, Istvan, who is a rock musician and always in trouble. When cocaine dealers threaten to kill him over a debt, she tries to help him come up with the money. This starts an unfortunate chain of events at her daytime job at the hotel, and brings her and the hotel manager, O’Ryan, closer together, or so it seems. Then, in his unrequited love for Julia, O’Ryan goes a step too far, way too far, and from there, things get very ugly
Directed by Wolfgang Büld, who also filmed Penetration Angst