WHO’S IN IT?
Conor Berry (film debut), Sean Connor (Anna and the Apocalypse), Grant Robert Keelan (The Devil’s Machine), Tara Lee (A Date for Mad Mary), Kit Clark (film debut), Blair Robertson (film debut), Mingus Johnston (U Want Me 2 Kill Him?), Paula Masterton (No Shade), Carolyn Bonnyman (Urban Ghost Story), Richard Hazlehurst Mason (Scott and Sid), Alastair Thomson Mills (The Wee Man), Reanne Farley (Fourever), David Izatt (The Devil’s Whispers), Shend (My Name Is Lenny), Jim Sweeney (The Angels’ Share), Alec Westwood (The Redwood Massacre)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dave Mclean (film debut), director, writer, producer; Khaled Spiewak (film debut), writer, editor; Kyle Titterton (film debut), writer; Virginia Lee (film debut), producer; Alan C. McLaughlin (Isolani), cinematographer
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
After a career-ending football injury, young dreamer Davie (Berry) turns to promoting music gigs in Dundee with his friends, eventually scoring an ambitious Iron Maiden show. In over his head and heavily in debt to local gangster Fergie (Mills), Davie must pull out all the stops in order to accomplish his biggest scheme yet…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The unlikely (or maybe not so unlikely) worlds of Scottish crime and music promotion collide in a rip-roaring coming-of-age story with a killer soundtrack.