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Tobias Nölle’s Aloys comes to UK cinemas in September

14 June 2016

Eureka Entertainment have announced the theatrical release of Aloys, director Tobias Nölle’s noir-like tale of mystery and private eyes will be released in selected cinemas nationwide (UK & Ireland) in September.

Aloys Adorn is a middle aged private detective who lives and works with his father. He experiences life from a safe distance, through a video camera he keeps recording 24 hours a day, and the massive collection of surveillance tapes he organizes and obsessively watches at home. But when his father dies, Aloys is left on his own and his sheltered existence begins to fall apart.

After a night of heavy drinking, Aloys wakes up on a public bus to find that his camera and precious observation tapes have been stolen. Soon after, a mysterious woman calls to blackmail him. She offers to return the tapes if Aloys will try an obscure Japanese invention called ‘telephone walking’ with her, using his imagination as their only connection. As he is drawn deeper and deeper, falling in love with the voice on the other end of the phone, the woman opens up a new universe that may allow Aloys to break out of his isolation and into the real world.

Aloys film poster

Aloys is Tobias Nölle’s first feature which he wrote, directed and edited. Highly acclaimed at festival screenings, with comparisons being made to filmmaker Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and writer Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation). Aloys is set to have its UK premiere in June as part of this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival, ahead of its London premiere as part of the East End Film Festival before it hits cinemas nationwide (UK & Ireland) from 23rd September 2016.

A dual format (Blu-ray & DVD) release will follow on 24th October 2016, also from Eureka Entertainment. More details when we have them.


Tickets available for the UK Premiere (Edinburgh International Film Festival):

Tickets available for the London Premiere (East End Film Festival Screening):

Screening in cinemas nation-wide (UK & Ireland)