WHO’S IN IT?
Bobbi Jene Smith (Yossi), Madeleine Worrall (The Legend of Tarzan), Phoebe Nicholls (The Elephant Man), Peter Singh (Hampstead), Will Thompson (film debut), Nicholas Bruder (film debut), Paddy Glynn (Unarmed But Dangerous), Reuben Kell (film debut), Mitchell Mullen (Big Nothing)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Georgia Parris (film debut), director, writer; Emma Duffy (film debut), producer; Peter Gregson (A Little Chaos), composer; Adam Scarth (Apostasy), cinematographer; Napoleon Stratogiannakis (The Daughter), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Charlotte (Smith) is a professional dancer and choreographer who’s preparing for a new show, but her world is turned upside down when she discovers that she is pregnant and her grandmother Mari (Glynn) is coming to the end of her life. Over an uneasy weekend with her family, Charlotte begins to discover a new meaning to things she had previously dismissed, which gives her a new perspective on the kind of future she wants for herself…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Mari combines powerful dramatic storytelling with the equally compelling art of dance, in a blending of the two art forms that makes for some absolutely stunning cinema.