No Escape (alternatively titled Follow Me) is the latest genre film to set its sights on our modern social media-obsessed culture (this year alone featured the accomplished satire Spree and the less successful heist thriller Infamous). Meshing a bevy of intriguing aspirations, writer/director Will Wernick creates an unsatisfactory concoction stuck
Ahead of the release of THE BAY OF SILENCE, actress, writer and producer Caroline Goodall talks Hollywood influences and the mental health issues that drew her to write and produce her first feature film.
Why did you choose to become an actor?
Performing was my freedom. I had a childhood stutter but
By Jack Hawkins.
This is a quiet, solemn little film about change, nostalgia and odyssey. Our focaliser is Kit (Henry Golding), a British-Vietnamese man who returns to his birth country some 30 years after fleeing it. He and his family escaped Saigon in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, settling for
Myles (Steve Vanderzee) is a stand-up comedian heading to the top. His material is edgy and hilarious and it’s got the attention of a lot of talent scouts. Then Myles is given his big break as his agent books him for a big comedy event compered by comedy legend and
Colm (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) has seemingly got everything sorted in an idyllic life. He’s married to Claire (Monica Dolan) and they have two teenage children, Kerry (Sophie Jo Wasson) and Shane (Scott Graham) and he’s had a steady job for as long as he can remember. However, when Colm’s father dies