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The Little Death (2014 film)

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The Little Death
Theatrical release poster
Directed byJosh Lawson
Written byJosh Lawson
Produced by
CinematographySimon Chapman
Edited byChristian Gazal
Music byMichael Yezerski
  • See Pictures
  • Screen Australia
  • Night Kitchen Productions
  • Red Apple
  • Spectrum Films
  • Head Gear Films
  • Metrol Technology
  • Ticket to Ride
Distributed byEntertainment One
Release dates
Running time
96 minutes
Box office$1.34 million[1]

The Little Death (known as A Funny Kind of Love in the United Kingdom) is a 2014 Australian sex comedy film written and directed by Josh Lawson. It deals with the secret lives of five suburban couples living in Sydney, revealing both the fetishes and the repercussions that come with sharing them. A Spanish remake titled Kiki, Love to Love was released in 2016.





The Little Death received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, earning an approval rating of 60% on Rotten Tomatoes.


Award Category Subject Result
AACTA Awards
Best Actor Damon Herriman Nominated
Best Actress Kate Box Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Patrick Brammall Nominated
T.J. Power Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Erin James Nominated
Kate Mulvany Nominated
ASE Award Best Editing in a Feature Film Christian Gazal Nominated
South by Southwest Film Festival Audience Award – Narrative Spotlight Josh Lawson Won
Thessaloniki Film Festival Audience Award – Open Horizons Won


  1. ^ "The Little Death (2014) – Financial Information". The Numbers. Retrieved 14 April 2018.