WHO’S IN IT?
Richard Mason (film debut), Tom Blyth (Robin Hood), David Summer (film debut), Llila Vis (The Conversations), Maggie Daniels (Woodfalls), Charlotte Milchard (The Fourth Kind), Juliet Howland (The Painted Veil), Paul Lacoux (Fakers), Ranj Nagra (Tash Force), Ernesto Cantu (World War Z), Colin Fox (Dark Ascension), Jerry Anderson (I Am Cursed), Andrew Porter (Noirland)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Scott Elliott (film debut) and Sid Sadowskyj (film debut), directors, writers, producers; Ian Arber (The Window), composer; Will Humphris (Dirty Weekend), cinematographer; Chris Gill (Calvary) and Andy Morrison (Jet Trash), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Teenagers Scott (Mason) and Sid (Blyth) are isolated, underachieving young men when they first meet at school. Scott is an unloved foster child who’s been expelled from four schools, while Sid is the awkward son of an alcoholic mother and an absent father. As their friendship begins to grow, they decide to put together a list of goals to accomplish so they can create a better life for themselves, and slowly but surely both of them find great success, but also great obstacles, in their immediate future…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Friends and young entrepreneurs Scott Elliott and Sid Sadowskyj collaborate on this inspirational drama based on their own life experiences as young men, and it looks to be as emotional and impactful as any good drama should be.