WHO’S IN IT?
Peter Mullan (Tyrannosaur), Agyness Deyn (Electricity), Kevin Guthrie (Sunshine on Leith), Hugh Ross (Bronson), Ian Pirie (Les Miserables), Jamie Michie (The Selfish Giant), Niall Greig Fulton (Cloud Atlas), Jim Sweeney (The Angels’ Share), Jack Greenlees (Suspects), Douglas Rankine (The Red Tent), Trish Mullin (Perfect Sense), David Ganly (Body of Lies), Linda Duncan McLaughlin (Solid Air), Julian Nest (The Merchant of Venice)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Terence Davies (The Deep Blue Sea), director, writer; Roy Boulter (Under the Mud), Sol Papadopoulos (Of Time and the City) and Nicolas Steil (Contact High), producers; Michael McDonough (Starred Up), cinematographer; David Charap (My Summer of Love), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In rural Scotland in the early 20th century, farm girl Chris Guthrie (Deyn) fights for her independence against the norms of society as well as her heavily religious father (Mullan) – all while the First World War is about to break out…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The classic Scottish novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon is given a brand-new lease of life on the big screen, brought to us by acclaimed director Terence Davies and starring a strong cast of Scottish thespians and relative newcomers such as Agyness Deyn.