Netti Hurley has quickly established herself as one of the UK's most exciting emerging talents. Adopting a singular view of storytelling, her films take the audience on a journey deep into what it means to be human and vulnerable.
She often creates intimate portraits of her subjects, exploring what makes them unique in both physical and emotional terms. This makes her investigations into the sex industry particularly compelling.
Levi's "Fresh" The brilliantly named Drug Store Romeos provide the soundtrack to this balmy Levi's commercial. As the Farnborough trio's 'Secret Plan' unfolds, director Netti Hurley immerses viewers in a sun-kissed blend of analogue and digital, where smartphones and 1970s cassette players coexist.