WHO’S IN IT?
Agyness Deyn (Clash of the Titans), Christian Cooke (Cemetery Junction), Paul Anderson (Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows), Alice Lowe (Sightseers), Lenora Crichlow (Fast Girls), Tom Georgeson (Notes on a Scandal), Ben Batt (Weekender), Saffron Coomber (Dustbin Baby), Peter-Hugo Daly (Gangs of New York)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Bryn Higgins (Black Mirror), director, producer; Joe Fisher (The Tichborne Claimant), writer; Clare Duggan (film debut), producer; John Lunn (Downton Abbey), composer; Si Bell (Almost Married), cinematographer; Ben Yeates (Disco Pigs), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Lilly O’Connor (Deyn) lives in the Northwest, away from her family and her past life. However, after her mother dies, she learns that her younger brother Mikey (Cooke), the only one who looked after her when they were children, disappeared to London many years ago. Resolving to head to the capital and find him, she fails to take into account her epilepsy, which gives her distorted and frightening images which may end up taking her life…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Electricity thrives on its exciting visuals and compelling lead performance by Agyness Deyn, making it a stunningly-made British drama that deserves to be seen by more audiences than it sadly will be.