Virtual Sexuality


1h 33m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Justine is a 17-year-old virgin eager to lose her virginity to high school stud Alex. When her nerdy friend Chas drags her to a virtual reality computer exhibition, Justine comes across Narcissus -- a computerized makeover machine. While playfully creating her ideal self onscreen, Justine decides

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL/TRISTAR PICTURES
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Elstree Studios, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Synopsis

Justine is a 17-year-old virgin eager to lose her virginity to high school stud Alex. When her nerdy friend Chas drags her to a virtual reality computer exhibition, Justine comes across Narcissus -- a computerized makeover machine. While playfully creating her ideal self onscreen, Justine decides that it may be more productive to invent the ideal man for herself. But before she gets a chance to complete him, the exhibit's power supply short circuits, Narcissus blows up, and, out of the ruins, emerges a blonde male hunk with a personality that Justine instantly falls in love with -- her own.

Crew

James Adamson

Art Department

Charles Armitage

Executive Producer

Eythor Arnalds

Song

Peter Baldock

Foley Editor

John Bamford

Location Manager

Humphrey Bangham

Art Director

David Beavis

Special Effects

Becky Bentham

Music Coordinator

Tamana Bleasdale

Assistant Director

Sam Breach

Animator

M Brown

Song

Peter Burgess

Foley

Matt Butcher

Art Department

Serenan Cacciato

Animator

Zoe Cain

Other

Chris Cawte

Song

Craig Chandler

Visual Effects

Richard Clare

Camera

Sally Clayton

Visual Effects

Imani Coppola

Song Performer

Imani Coppola

Song

Jim Cornish

Storyboard Artist

Bob Crewe

Song

Jonathan Darby

Executive Producer

Jane Davies

Casting

Darren De'ath

Camera

Andie Derrick

Foley

Gillian Dodders

Dialogue Editor

Sam Donovan

Script Supervisor

The Doors

Other

The Doors

Song

John Downes

Associate Producer

Simon Downes

Unit Manager

Adill Drai

Other

Chris Edwards

Production Designer

Christopher Figg

Producer

Nick Fisher

Screenplay

Guy Fletcher

Song

Terry Forrestal

Second Unit Director

Terry Forrestal

Stunt Coordinator

Janey Fothergill

Casting

Andrew Fowler

Visual Effects Supervisor

Joanna Freedman

Costume Designer

Saul Freeman

Song

Rob Fusari

Song

C Gaines

Song

Joey Gardner

Song

Mike Gilbert

Animator

Mandy Gold

Makeup

A Green

Song

Rupert Gregson-williams

Music

Linda Hayes

Music

John Hayward

Rerecording

Ben Heap

Graphic Designer

Imogen Heap

Song

Imogen Heap

Song Performer

Vincent Herbert

Song

Ian Hickinbotham

Production Manager

Carrie Hilton

Casting

Nicola Hitchcock

Song

D Johnson

Song

Elliot Johnson

Music Supervisor

Andy Kennedy

Sound Design

Mark Knopfler

Song

Donovan Leitch

Song

Kevin Loader

Executive Producer

David Lowe

Song

Michael Mangini

Song

Cameron Mcbride

Music

Jason Mcdonald

Animator

Julianna Mendes-ebden

Makeup

John Midgley

Sound Mixer

Janice Mordue

Graphic Designer

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Music

Richard Nelson

Animator

Kenny Nolan

Song

Jeannie Oakman

Song

Richard Orpin

Art Department

Chris Petts

Animator

Colin Plenty

Location Manager

Chloe Rayban

Source Material (From Novel)

John Richards

Editor

John Richards

Special Effects

Esther Rodewald

Production Coordinator

Paul Round

Art Department

David Sewell

Visual Effects

L Sharpe

Song

Robert Shipsey

Camera

Roger Simons

Assistant Director

Gareth Tandy

Assistant Director

Kevin Tayler

Foley Mixer

Kevin Tayler

Adr Mixer

Robert Tooley

Steadicam Operator

Rebecca Tucker

Assistant Director

Brian Tufano

Dp/Cinematographer

Brian Tufano

Director Of Photography

Ken Tuohy

Assistant Director

P Turner

Song

S Turner

Song

Matthew Twyford

Visual Effects

J Walker

Song

Kevin Welch

Stunts

Johnathon Wesley

Art Department

A Whitmore

Song

Rod Williams

Song

Julia Wilson

Makeup

Trevor Young

Visual Effects

Bertine Zetlitz

Song Performer

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL/TRISTAR PICTURES
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Elstree Studios, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 33m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States December 3, 1999

Released in United States on Video May 2, 2000

Released in United States Winter December 3, 1999

Began shooting May 3, 1998.

Completed shooting June 26, 1998.

Sony Pictures and Canal Plus have terminated their partnership in The Bridge, effective June 1999.

The Bridge is a London-based joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment and Canal Plus.

Released in United States on Video May 2, 2000

Limited Release in United States December 3, 1999

Released in United States Winter December 3, 1999