WHO’S IN IT?
Ellie Kendrick (An Education), David Troughton (Nina Forever), Jack Holden (film debut), Joe Blakemore (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Hope Dickson Leach (film debut), director, writer; Rachel Robey (London to Brighton), producer; Hutch Demouilpied (film debut), composer; Nanu Segal (The Decoy Bride), cinematographer; Tom Hemmings (Adulthood), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In Somerset, six months after the floods of 2014, Clover Catto (Kendrick) receives news that her brother Harry (Blakemore) is dead, and so returns to her old family farm to see her estranged father, Aubrey (Troughton). As she reacquaints herself with the life and people she left behind, she must try to atone for her past decisions that led Aubrey to become the broken man he is today, and might have been a reason as to why Harry is now dead…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
This small indie – and we certainly mean small, as it seems to have only four speaking roles in the entire film – is a powerful debut from filmmaker Hope Dickson Leach as well as an acting showcase for Game of Thrones actress Ellie Kendrick.