Watch UK Trailer For Dirty God

After an successful run on the festival circuit which included, Sundance, Glasgow and Dublin film festivals, Dirty God is ready to be seen by the masses.

Sacha Polak’s English Language debut feature is a story of a young woman with resilience. Rebuilding her life after an acid attack she attempts to rebuild her life. With her looks her one key assets she finds solace in the hidden world of online liaisons.

The early reviews have been amazing for the film, Modern Films will give you the chance next month when the film is released. Today we get the film’s UK Trailer and a new Poster to accompany it…

DIRTY GOD is a film about a young mother from London who must pick up the pieces after an acid attack leaves her with severe facial burns. Prior to the attack, with limited education and opportunities, Jade’s main currency was her looks. Her face has been reconstructed, but her beauty is gone. Jade must set about rebuilding herself – and this is a gargantuan task.

Cast adrift from her young daughter, Jade finds solace in the hidden world of online liaisons where she uncovers the passion and connection she’s craved in an often humorous and celebratory way. However, the actions of a stranger threaten to turn her life upside down once more, and those around her are ill-equipped to halt her descent. As family life and friendships start to crumble, her lowest ebb proves the inspiration that Jade needs. Jade takes drastic action, finally finding her path back to her daughter and herself.

starring newcomers Vicky Knight, Rebecca Stone and Dana Marineci alongside Katherine Kelly (The Night Manager, Happy Valley) and British singer-songwriter Bluey Robinson.

Dirty God will be released in UK and Irish Cinema from 7th June.

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