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Here’s the first-look clip from the new short drama film, DONE IN, starring Guy Henry. The clip premiered this morning on ITV’s popular breakfast show GOOD MORNING BRITAIN with Henry in the studio.

Written and directed by Adam Stephen Kelly, the film premiered as part of this year’s prestigious Cannes Film Festival and has garnered critical acclaim worldwide.

Dark and touching, DONE IN is the story of a man writing a goodbye to the world as he calls upon memories of life in a beautiful country manor.

Guy Henry is best known for his roles as Pius Thicknesse in HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS, and as Henrik Hanssen in the BBC’s long-running, BAFTA-winning series HOLBY CITY. He has also appeared in the acclaimed HBO series ROME; V FOR VENDETTA; Stephen Fry’s BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS; and recently Channel 4’s NEW WORLDS. He is set to appear in HARRY POTTER director David Yates’s upcoming 3D adventure film, TARZAN, alongside Alexander Skarsgard, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson and Djimon Hounsou.

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