WHO’S IN IT?
Edward Hayter (To Dream), Aki Omoshaybi (The Riot Club), Elinor Crawley (Submarine), Katie Collins (film debut), Simone Lahbib (Philomena), Andrew Tiernan (300), Joseph Millson (Casino Royale), Sarah-Jane Potts (Kinky Boots), Christopher Fulford (A Prayer for the Dying), Denise Welch (The Jealous God), Raffaello Degruttola (Rush), Alex Mills (100 Streets), Guy Pratt (film debut), Griffin Stevens (Brimstone), Jennifer Goudie (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jeremy Wooding (The Magnificent Eleven), director, writer, producer; Neil Spencer (Bollywood Queen), writer; Fiona Graham (Blood Moon) and Michael Vine (Magicians), producers; Jono Smith (Mad Dogs), cinematographer; Kant Pan (The Crying Game), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Ray (Hayter) and Don (Omoshaybi) are two young struggling musicians who, after being evicted from their South London home, hit the road with plans to sell their prized vinyl collection and fly to Memphis. However, when they fail to acquire the money needed to fulfil their dreams, they end up stealing a rare Black Metal record which proves to have difficult consequences…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It’s a good old-fashioned road trip movie with a twist – most of it is shot in POV, which means the audience are literally along for the ride with these characters!