WHO’S IN IT?

Jonathan Pryce (Brazil), Jerome Holder (Shank), Phil Davis (Vera Drake), Ian Hart (Enemy of the State), Pauline Collins (Shirley Valentine), Andrew Ellis (Demons Never Die), Malachi Kirby (My Brother The Devil), Natasha Gordon (film debut), Melanie Freeman (film debut)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

John Goldschmidt (She’ll Be Wearing Pink Pyjamas), director, producer; Jonathan Benson (film debut) and Jez Freedman (film debut), writers; Wolfgang Esenwein (Blood and Chocolate), György Gattyán (Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks) and András Somkuti (Open Grave), producers; Lorne Balfe (The LEGO Batman Movie), composer; Peter Hannan (Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life), cinematographer; Michael Ellis (Superman), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Nat (Pryce) is an elderly Jewish baker who takes on a new apprentice in the form of young African immigrant Ayyash (Holder) to help him keep his bakery afloat. Ayyash soon comes up with a scheme that soon draws a lot of attention to their little shop – and it just so happens to involve his stash of marijuana…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

A quirky British indie with a heart the size of its marijuana stash, Dough is sweet and savoury entertainment for audiences willing to check out something a little different from the norm.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 2ND JUNE 2017