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Open Air Cinema
Strawberry Hill House
Sunday 8th September

Special preview screening of

A Tale of Crime and Nourishment
Cert 15 TBC
(West End premier on 13th September)

Tickets £12 available online

Meet the cast, producer and writer/director for Q&A
Phil Davis, Theo Barklem-Biggs and Juliet Oldfield confirmed to attend
Doors open 5.30pm
Q&A from 7.00pm
Film starts 8.00pm

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Strawberry Hill House
268 Waldegrave Road
Twickenham TW1 4ST

 Bar, Food, Ice Cream & Popcorn
Bring a blanket to sit on

Borrowed Time Poster


Written and Directed by Jules Bishop
Produced by: Olivier Kaempfer
Cast: Theo Barklem-Biggs, Phil Davis, Juliet Oldfield, Warren Brown, Andrew Ellis, Jumayn Hunter

BORROWED TIME tells the story of the unlikely friendship between a hapless young burglar, Kevin (Theo Barklem-BiggsThe Inbetweeners Movie, BBC’s Silk series 2) and his eccentric victim, pensioner Philip (Phil DavisQuadrophenia, Vera Drake, Brighton Rock, Whitechapel, Silk). Desperate for cash and short on options to pay back local tyrant “Ninja” Nigel, Kevin breaks into Philip’s house, only to be held hostage by the old man at gunpoint.
What follows is a bittersweet comedy about growing up and rediscovering youth in parallel, as the burglar and victim form a bond that will help them both find a way out of their respective troubles.

Promising new film maker Jules Bishop, elicits effortlessly natural performances from a fantastic cast featuring Juliet Oldfield (Bronson, The Knot) and Warren Brown (Byzantium, Homefront), and including young, up and coming British talent Andrew Ellis (This is England) and Jumayn Hunter (Attack The Block, Quartet).
Making its debut at the Edinburgh International Film Festival last year to critical and audience acclaim, BORROWED TIME has proved so far to be a true crowd-pleaser in that it offers the perfect antidote to the bleak, and hopeless “urban youth” films of recent years, where young people are feared and vilified. Full of heart and hope, it is about friendship, community and how the strongest bonds can be created in desperate situations.
BORROWED TIME was produced by BAFTA-nominated Parkville Pictures through the award-winning Film London Microwave training and production scheme

Cert: 15 TBC Running Time: 87 minutes

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