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The Last Temptation of Aelred

Over a fevered, phantasmagoric night, a restrained priest confronts his own desires and church oppression as he battles with the Baron from Hell for control of his cock’s very own soul.

  • Jack Pratt
  • Jack Pratt
  • David de Plume
  • Lee Ivy
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  • DT Kofoed
    New Year's Kiss, How Far Will He Make It?, Gorgoneae
  • Jack Pratt
    New Year's Kiss, How Far Will He Make It?, Gorgoneae
  • Harrison Smith
    Key Cast
  • Jack Pratt
    Key Cast
  • Reverend L. Tiemdee
    Key Cast
    "Wet Dream Partner"
  • Caleb J. Pratt
    Key Cast
    "Young Man"
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  • Runtime:
    25 minutes
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White
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Director Biography - Jack Pratt

Jack Pratt is a Michigan-based filmmaker drawn to all things cinema. With an eye for macabre aesthetics and a passion for wordless storytelling, he creates jarring visual stories that redefine boundaries; Jack aims to create a synergetic exploration of the senses.

He is the recipient of the Media Arts & Entertainment Technology Award from Mott Community College's film program where he studied video production. Jack continued his education focusing on live television, earning his bachelor's in Media & Information from Michigan State University. However, his most-valued learning experiences include the hands-on approach of filming professionally throughout the United States.

When Jack isn't serving as writer, director, cinematographer, editor, or producer, you'll find him couch-deep in the latest daring piece of cinema with his pet rats by his side.

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Director Statement

I consider this film a celebration, a triumphant coming-out fable that does not shy away from the literal messiness of accepting oneself. Blending themes oft associated with my work - biting satire, social criticism, partiality for visual repugnance - and retching it out on screen in a fully dressed, writhing ball of horror was an absolute pleasure for me. I hope you find it as challenging and rewarding as I did during its creation.