In this Film Ireland podcast, Smrithika Majukar talks to Molly Manning Walker, Writer/Director of ‘How to Have Sex’

Three British teenage girls go on a rites-of-passage holiday, drinking, clubbing and hooking up in what should be the best summer of their lives. As they dance their way across the sun-drenched streets of Malia, they find themselves navigating the complexities of sex, consent and self-discovery. Captured with luminous visuals and a pitch-perfect soundtrack, Manning Walker’s directorial debut paints a painfully familiar portrait of young adulthood, and how first sexual experiences should – or shouldn’t – play out.

How To Have Sex stars Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2023 Mia McKenna-Bruce (Persuasion, Kindling) and BAFTA-nominated Samuel Bottomley (Somewhere Boy, Ladhood), alongside Lara Peake (Mood, Brave New World), Shaun Thomas (Ali & Ava, The Long Shadow), and newcomers Enva Lewis and Laura Ambler.  Screen Star of Tomorrow 2021 Molly Manning Walker trained at NFTS in England and holds an MA in Cinematography. Her previous work as a cinematographer includes shooting Charlotte Regan’s debut feature Scrapper and the multi-BAFTA-nominated Mood. Molly also won the Next Step prize at Cannes 2022 for the How to Have Sex script.

How to Have Sex Opens in Cinemas in the Uk & Ireland on 3rd November 2023.

Podcast: Molly Manning Walker, Writer/Director of 'How to Have Sex'
Film Ireland’s Assistant Editor Smrithika Majukar casts an eye on the powerful drama How To Have Sex.

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