A biopic of Soho entrepreneur Paul Raymond, Michael Winterbottom's latest collaboration with Steve Coogan has a nifty, suitably neon-tinged poster, showing the lounge lizard at home with the ladies in his life.
Left to right, it features Raymond's long-suffering wife, Jean (Anna Friel), his mistress Fiona Richmond (Tamsin Egerton), and his beloved daughter, Debbie (Imogen Poots).
Amid all the movie's jiggly bits set in the fleshpots of 1960s and '70s Soho - Paul Raymond's famous Revuebar on Walker's Court is a Jabba's Palace of no-holds-barred naughtiness - there's a tender love story at play. Debbie and Paul, doting and damaged, are the king and princess united by an swelling business empire but divided by booze and drugs.
The Love Of Love is out on April 26. Grab a copy of the new issue of Empire, onsale on February 28, for much more on the film, including interviews with Winterbottom and his cast.