WHO’S IN IT?
Sebastian Street (The Zombie King), Stuart Brennan (The Reverend), Stephen Fry (Gosford Park), Sophie Kennedy Clark (Philomena), James Cosmo (Trainspotting), Paul Kaye (Anna and the Apocalypse), Stephanie Leonidas (MirrorMask), Joss Stone (Eragon), Will Tudor (Vampire Academy), Edmund Kingsley (Stonehearst Asylum), Sarina Taylor (Wolf), Jamie Edgerton (Mad to Be Normal), Elizabeth Venezia (The Necromancer)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Martha Pinson (film debut), director; Stuart Brennan (Wolf) and Sebastian Street (film debut), writers, producers; Dean M. Woodford (The Soft Touch), producer; Jody Jenkins (Cockneys vs Zombies), composer; Darran Bragg (Invisible Eyes), cinematographer; Gordon Grinberg (The Washington Snipers), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Tesla (Street) is a soldier returning home from war with post-traumatic stress disorder, and as he struggles to find a reason to keep on living, he is befriended by Sky (Brennan), a mysterious man who sets out to live every single day as though it’s his last…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
British character actors including Stuart Brennan, James Cosmo and even Stephen Fry pop up in this moving urban drama that’s also fortunate enough to have Martin Scorsese attached as an executive producer.