WHO’S IN IT?
Frankie Box (film debut), Alfie Deegan (film debut), Sharlene Whyte (Second Coming), William Ash (Mad About Mambo), Billy Mogford (film debut), Nicola Wright (Burning an Illusion), Emily Gibson (film debut), Leia Desseaux (film debut), Jenna Goodwin (I Against I), Mitchell Murphy (film debut), Annie Grainger (film debut), Lexa Willis-Gray (film debut), Georgia Simpson (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Eva Riley (film debut), director, writer; Valentina Brazzini (Daphne), Bertrand Faivre (The Warrior) and Jacob Thomas (Making Noise Quietly), producers; Terence Dunn (Undercliffe), composer; Steven Cameron Ferguson (film debut), cinematographer; Abolfazl Talooni (Waiting for Ships), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
15-year-old Leigh (Box) is an aspiring gymnast whose life is turned upside down when her older half-brother Joe (Deegan), who she never knew existed, comes to stay with her and her father Rob (Ash). However, she soon finds herself drawn into Joe’s underground world of moped crime, and is left standing at a crossroads between her gymnast dreams and a more exciting avenue…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Filmmaker Eva Riley’s feature debut was previously a hit on the festival circuit, and now its captivating coming-of-age dramatics are made available for a much wider audience to discover.