Britain’s number one Page Three girl, Keeley Hazell, who we all know and love, is in a film, yes you heard right, a film!
Her first role is in a short film called Venus and the Sun, which is a contemporary, comic retelling of the Venus and Adonis myth. The ancient Greek myth tells of Venus, the beautiful goddess of love, who falls in love with Adonis, a handsome human huntsman.
In the film, Keeley takes up an unusual new hobby of translating Latin in the very un-Sun seclusion of the British Library. Even more strangely, this gives her magical powers that helps her ward off unwanted attention from her adoring fans. Sounds a bit mad, doesn’t it? Bear with us though.
Keeley then meets Adam, a Sun reader with a difference, who teaches her not to judge books by their covers. She goes on a journey of self discovery, which reveals just how much she has come to rely on fame. Deep stuff.
Directed by Adam Randall from a script by Reuben Grove, the film is produced by Andy Brunskill, who was assistant producer on hits like Tamara Drewe and The Other Boleyn Girl.
Judging by the trailer, which you can watch below, it looks like it’s going to really funny and it’s great to see British cast.
For a chance to win an invite to the world première in London this coming January, email your name, age and email address to [email protected].
For further information, visit the Venus and the Sun website.
Check out the trailer below