Al Weaver (Colette), Cristina Catalina (Almost Adult), Morgan Watkins (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Sinead Matthews (Jellyfish), Tessa Peake-Jones (Bonobo), James Lance (Bronson), Rosalind Eleazar (The Personal History of David Copperfield), John Henshaw (Looking for Eric), Victoria Emslie (The Theory of Everything), Jennifer Lim (A Monster Calls), Karen Connell (film debut), Christian Vit (In Nomine Satan), Gabrielle Creevy (film debut), Montserrat Roig de Puig (Honeymooner), Sunil Patel (film debut), Charlotte Gascoyne (Honeymooner), Zukki DeAbaitua (film debut), Clara Perez (Running Scared), Cathy Conneff (Sophia Lazzati), Jack Whitam (Powder)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Col Spector (Honeymooner), director, writer, producer; Radha Chakraborty (Someone Else), writer; Hannah Greenwood (film debut) and Vanessa Muir (film debut), producers; Andrew Alderslade (Two Down), cinematographer; Michael Cheung (film debut), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Rob (Weaver), who is in his late thirties, needs to decide if he wants to marry and have a baby with his girlfriend Marta (Catalina), but in doing so becomes worried that he’s fallen out of love with her. Seeking advice from a number of his seemingly unhappily married friends over the course of two weeks, Rob finds that making his decision will be harder that it seems…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A healthy antidote to those overwhelmed by the numerous rom-com clichés out there, I’m Not In Love should put to rest some of the most obnoxious fabrications surrounding true love in the movies.