WHO’S IN IT?
Jemima Kirke (Tiny Furniture), Richard Elis (Black Mountain Poets), Sarah Solemani (Bridget Jones’s Baby), Alice Lowe (Sightseers), Dan Clark (Day of the Sirens), Brett Goldstein (SuperBob), Craig Russell (Songbird), Joanna Scanlan (The Invisible Woman), Tonya Smith (The Dark), William Thomas (Mr. Nice)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Jamie Adams (Black Mountain Poets), director, writer, producer; Noel Clarke (18.104.22.168.), Jason Maza (The Hooligan Factory), Maggie Monteith (Out of Blue) and David Wade (The Fight), producers; Bet Rourich (Adult Life Skills), cinematographer; Adelina Bichis (Açúcar), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Gillian (Kirke) is an aspiring playwright who lives with her husband Oliver (Elis), a small-time DJ for hire. As their marriage hits a rough patch, they struggle to keep things together…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Not too long after following up his feature Black Mountain Poets with the Cobie Smulders vehicle Songbird, Jamie Adams is back with yet another dry and very British tale of awkwardness and heavily-improvised scenarios.