WHO’S IN IT?
Aneurin Barnard (Dunkirk), Tom Wilkinson (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), Christopher Eccleston (Legend), Freya Mavor (Sunshine on Leith), Gethin Anthony (We Are Monster), Nigel Lindsay (Four Lions), Marion Bailey (Mr. Turner), Marcia Warren (Leap Year), Velibor Topic (Kingdom of Heaven), Nathalie Buscombe (RED 2), Emma Campbell-Jones (6 Days), Orion Lee (X+Y), Carol MacReady (102 Dalmatians), Keir Charles (Man Up), Cecilia Noble (The Lady in the Van), Eileen Nicholas (Trainspotting), Tim Steed (Class of ’91), James Kermack (Hi-Lo Joe), Harry Collett (Ethel & Ernest)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Tom Edmunds (film debut), director, writer; Nick Clark Windo (Blooded) and Daniel-Konrad Cooper (Big Significant Things), producers; Guy Garvey (film debut), Peter Jobson (film debut) and Paul Saunderson (Starfish), composers; Luke Bryant (Kill Keith), cinematographer; Tariq Anwar (American Beauty), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
After his ninth unsuccessful suicide attempt, William (Barnard) recruits aging professional hitman Leslie (Wilkinson) to kill him within a week, or his money back. In that week, William unexpectedly finds a reason to live once again, but that doesn’t stop Leslie who is under pressure from his boss (Eccleston) to carry out the hit…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Suicide is almost never funny, but in the case of Tom Edmunds’ pitch-black directorial debut, it might just be the cause of a good few laughs.