The film follows the story of Elliot, who awakes with no memory of the last three months of his life. On returning to his village where he grew up, he slowly realises that his former life has been erased and his new life is one of continual nightmares and visitations from the unknown. On being confronted by an unnamed man, only known as The Collector, Elliot begins to question whether he can believe anyone or anything he is told, or even believe himself.
The film is written by Stuart Wheeldon and Nick John Whittle.
The film will be directed by Stuart Wheeldon
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In the role of Elliot. Daniel Booroff. Winner of the Southern Shorts Award for Excellence in Acting (Terry in Evil's Evil Cousin) | "Here the main focus is on the dying man, while the skinny reporter (excellent Daniel Booroff) moonlights as Floyd's sincere, would-be saviour (dotting things down in his notebook while dangling from a ledge in his tragi-farcical rescue mission)" - The Independent (5 stars) | "A word too for Daniel Booroff, who is utterly convincing as reporter Skeets Miller, perhaps the only decent one left when the media circus picks up" - broadwayworld.com (5 stars)
In the role of Lucy. Sophie Ablett. Sophie studied drama at Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. Her first job was in Taboo starring Tom Hardy for Scott Free Productions, directed by Kristoffer Nyholm for BBC1/FX and she then joined the cast of ‘The Railway Children’ in the West End in the lead role of Bobbie. Sophie was named 'ONE TO WATCH' by The Independent in March 2016.
And playing The Collector, Nigel Barber. Nigel appeared in the film 'Spectre', he also played the 'Chairman' in 'Rogue Nation' 'M:I5', Nigel was the lead antagonist in 'Roboshark' for BUFO/Sony Pictures and appeared in 'Apocalypse Slough' the new TV comedy for Sky1/NBC. Nigel's other films include the Bollywood feature 'Welcome to Karachi', 'Lake Placid vs Anaconda' and 'High Strung'