WHO’S IN IT?
Tom Varey (film debut), Esme Creed-Miles (Mister Lonely), Angus Imrie (The Kid Who Would Be King), Gianlucca Galluci (film debut), Ethan Wilkie (film debut), Abraham Lewis (How to Talk to Girls at Parties), Daisy Edgar-Jones (film debut), Shaun Dooley (Eden Lake), Sally Lindsay (film debut), Sian Brooke (The Scampi Trail), Adrian Hood (Up ‘n’ Under), Siobhan Finneran (Apostasy), Julie Hesmondhalgh (Peterloo), Steve Garti (Dark River), Paul Rider (Honest), Faye McKeever (film debut), Jacob Rotherforth (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Bill Buckhurst (film debut), director; Richard Cameron (film debut), writer; Rienkje Attoh (A Moving Image) and Alexandra Breede (Benjamin), producers; Richard Hawley (Funny Cow), composer; Nick Cooke (Pikadero), cinematographer; Christopher Watson (Entanglement), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In a quiet Doncaster mining village during the summer of 1994, rumours are spreading about a legendary giant carp in the nearby decoy ponds, prompting Trevor (Varey) to lead a brigade of young friends and neighbours on a fishing expedition…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A movie that somehow combines the importance of community and a legendary giant fish is more than enough to pique at least one person’s attention.