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Some fires never go out - Paul Lancaster's short film The Burn is a tense and gripping thriller set in contemporary London. It features a strong performance by Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, The Bourne Ultimatum) in the leading role and the stellar cast also includes Struan Rodger (Game of Thrones, Doctor Who), Dolya Gavanski (Our Kind of Traitor, The Lesson) and Mish Boyko (Dracula Untold, Fortitude). When an immigrant returns to London after going missing, he learns his brother could be responsible for his mother's recent death. As he moves round the city searching for his brother, he has to fight with his own rage and what he, and the people around him, think he is capable of. ...
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You will learn a lesson if Mr. Gale has anything to do with it! Ruth Platt's The Lesson made its festival rounds across the world stage and soon Scream Factory will release the film on Blu-ray, DVD, Digital HD, and VOD platforms beginning March 7th.
Press Release: Get ready for a blood-curdling lesson that you will never forget with Mr. Gale in the astonishingly twisted UK horror thriller, The Lesson. Written and directed by Ruth Platt, the film stars Robert Hands (Shine, Stonehearst Asylum) as a bullied school teacher who has a mental breakdown, resulting in a terrifying act of revenge on his students. The Lesson made its world premiere at FrightFest London and North American premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival 2016 to great audience and press enthusiasm. On March 7, 2017, Scream Factory home entertainment is proud to present The Lesson on Blu-ray™, DVD, Digital HD and available across On-Demand platforms everywhere. »
- Tamika Jones
2 items from 2017
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