James McAvoy (Atonement), Claire Foy (The Electrical Life of Louis Wain), Gary Lewis (Billy Elliot), Tom Cullen (Weekend), Jamie Michie (Outlaw King), Robert Jack (Ribbons), Owen Whitelaw (What Would Ridley Do?)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Christian Carion (Joyeux Noel), director, writer, producer; Laure Irrmann (Come What May), writer, producer; Marc Butan (We Own The Night), Brahim Chioua (Blue is the Warmest Colour), Noëmie Devide (Oxygen), Marc Gabizon (Stereo), Vincent Maraval (The Red Turtle) and Rebecca O’Brien (I, Daniel Blake), producers; Laurent Perez Del Mar (I Kill Giants), composer; Eric Dumont (The Measure of a Man), cinematographer; Loïc Lallemand (Divines), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Edmond (McAvoy) receives a call from his ex-wife Joan (Foy) that their seven-year-old son has gone missing at a campsite. As the search gets underway, Edmond slowly realises that his son has been kidnapped, and that there is a dark plot unfolding that only he can solve…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
James McAvoy is very much central to this nail-biting mystery, with the actor not being given a script at any point during filming, meaning that all of his improvised actions are real as he tries to piece things together at the same time as the audience.