- Director:Richard Booth
- Writer:Richard Booth
- Cast:Noel Fitzpatrick,Nick Tatham,Matthew Watkin
- Time:1h 31min
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Noel Fitzpatrick||-||Dr. David Fowler|
|Nick Tatham||-||Miles Anderson|
|Matthew Watkin||-||Sean Jackson|
|Nina Reizi||-||Jennifer Anderson|
|David Lenson||-||D.I. Anthony Edwards|
|Alex Rainford||-||Jane Shepherd|
|Dominic Milne||-||Dr. Alan Robinson|
|Keven Schwarz||-||John Harvey|
|Sasha Hermann||-||Rachel Jackson|
|Richard Booth||-||Jack Boulton|
|Nick Morris||-||First Bully|
|David Briggs||-||Second Bully|
|Peter Boughton||-||Police Officer|
Although it was shot during a 13-day window, principal photography lasted just 6 days.
Matthew Watkin was Richard Booth's first and only choice to play Sean Jackson. He was also the first actor to be cast.
When Nick Tatham pushes over Nina Reizi in the kitchen at the beginning of the film, it was improvised and unexpected - Nina's reaction is genuine.
Originally conceived in September 2003, the script was completed in June 2004 after input from Richard's father Bill, who sadly passed away in May of that year and never got to see the finished film.
All but one of the actors were auditioned at The Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne, Dorset, which was also one of the locations used during filming and also the venue at which the film received its theatrical premiere.
The music in the film was all written and recorded by Nick Tatham, in conjunction with En Masse Music & Publishing Ltd. in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
The film recouped all of its budget, including marketing costs, within three months of release.
Shot on a consumer Panasonic mini DV camera and edited with Sony Video Vegas.
The role of Dr. David Fowler was originally written for an actor in his mid-fifties. After Noel Fitzpatrick gave such a good reading, however, director Richard Booth decided to change the character's age to someone in their mid-thirties.
No sets or artificial light were used during filming. Richard Booth intended to create a naturalistic, quasi-documentary feel to the film.