Interview with Michael Keerdo-Dawson the director of “Limits of Consent", interviewer Andrei Liimets.
“There is no ‘wrong path’, just nine different ways to explore the film.”
“The Limits of Consent” is an interactive film, bold and engaging psychological drama about love, sex and control. It tells a story about Anna, a high-tech pick-up artist who helps awkward men to seduce lonely women in high-class bars on cold evenings in Tallinn. But Anna’s own love life is far from perfect. Would we help her make the proper choices?
Director Michael Keerdo-Dawson born and raised in England. After Theatre and Dramaturgy studies, he worked in the British film and television industry for almost a decade. He was involved with many TV programmes and made several independent films. After deciding to move to Tallinn, Michael retrained to be an English teacher. In his spare time, Michael has a passion taking photos with his old 35mm film camera, reading literature from around the world, writing, watching films, and going for trips with his family.