WHO’S IN IT?
Antonia Campbell-Hughes (3096 Days), Johnny Flynn (Beast), Michael Gambon (Gosford Park), Catherine McCormack (Spy Game), Alun Armstrong (Krull), Joel Fry (Yesterday), Hetty Baynes (Christmas Present), Anna Danshina (The Bromley Boys), Tim Stern (Shooting Fish)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Adrian Shergold (Funny Cow), director, writer; Antonia Campbell-Hughes (film debut), writer; Kevin Proctor (Funny Cow), producer; Natalie Holt (Pin Cushion), composer; Tony Slater Ling (Yasmin), cinematographer; Tania Reddin (Journey’s End) and John Walters (Black ’47), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Following a traumatic incident in her past, Cordelia (Campbell-Hughes) has begun living with her twin sister Caroline (also Campbell-Hughes) in their late father’s basement flat. When she’s left alone for the weekend, Cordelia finds herself being terrorised by her upstairs neighbour Frank (Flynn), which causes her life to unravel…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A tense psychological thriller from the director of Funny Cow, this is also an assured calling card for star and co-writer Antonia Campbell-Hughes, who plays dual roles as the titular character and her twin sister.