WHO’S IN IT?

Mark Stanley (Sulphur and White), Amy Manson (Not Another Happy Ending), Marli Siu (Anna and the Apocalypse), Anders Hayward (film debut), Scott Murray (film debut), Alexander Mercury (Material Drive), Stuart Murison (film debut), Douglas Russell (The Wee Man)

WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?

Scott Graham (Shell), director, writer; Ciara Barry (Irene’s Ghost), Rosie Crerar (Daphne) and Margaret Matheson (Kin), producers; Simon Tindall (Fisherman’s Friends), cinematographer; David Arthur (Swung), editor

WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

Finnie (Stanley), a 30-something fish factory worker, longs for the days when he was a teenager, spending his nights racing cars through the streets of Fraserburgh, Scotland. However, when his own racer son Kid (Hayward) gets his girlfriend Kelly (Siu) pregnant, Finnie slips into an early mid-life crisis, which causes him to borrow Kid’s car for one last night-time joyride…

IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?

Run is the tale of building up the courage to tackle the realities of life head-on, with an outstanding turn by Mark Stanley as the 30-something figure at the centre of it all.

WHEN’S IT OUT?

FRIDAY 13TH MARCH 2020

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