WHO’S IN IT?
Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Phyllis Logan (Secrets & Lies), Grace Calder (City of Tiny Lights), Celyn Jones (Six Minutes to Midnight), Brian Pettifer (O Lucky Man!), Colin McCredie (Shallow Grave), Iain Robertson (The Debt Collector), Marnie Baxter (Conquering Heroes), Garry Sweeney (A Lonely Place to Die), Kevin Mains (Outlaw King), Anne Kidd (Despite the Falling Snow), Ciaron Kelly (A Christmas Gift from Bob), Natalie Mitson (Nefarious), Ben Ewing (The Zeroes)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Gillies MacKinnon (Small Faces), director; Joe Ainsworth (film debut), writer; Roy Boulter (Sunset Song) and Sol Papadopoulos (A Prayer Before Dawn), producers; Nick Lloyd Webber (film debut), composer; George Geddes (Running in Traffic), cinematographer; Anne Sopel (Military Wives), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Tom (Spall), an elderly man living in John O’Groats, Scotland, decides to use his free bus pass to travel across the country to Land’s End, with the ashes of his late wife Mary (Logan) in his possession. Tom’s story, and his insistence on only using local buses to make his journey, soon becomes a nationwide story and captures the hearts and imagination of the public…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Timothy Spall, sporting some pensioner make-up, is utterly charming in this original road trip drama that provides audiences with a much-needed feel-good factor.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
FRIDAY 27TH AUGUST 2021
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
IN CINEMAS NATIONWIDE