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After a pre-meditated car crash, a young woman is blind and the cure for her demolished by a group against scientific advances. The woman is forced to see the world in pure black and white and struggles to find the man who ruined her life.



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Cast overview:
Andrew Dawson ...
Holly Mann ...
Nevin Ward ...
Elizabeth Metcalfe ...
Katherine Gibson ...
Chloe Parker
Robert LeMare ...
Dr. Aaron King
Simon Roskrow ...
Richard Boyd
Eileen Mann ...
Peter Mann ...
John Russell ...
Matt Sullivan (scenes deleted)
Chlöe Kennedy ...
Mrs. Stansfield (scenes deleted)
Emma Williams ...
Ms. Peer (scenes deleted)


Everard DuPont did not know what he was letting himself in for when he authorised the use of a medical drug on an elderly woman. The woman, a mother of two, died in the operation and her children, Alexander and Elizabeth decided that it was time for revenge. Years later, Alexander and Elizabeth lose contact after they cause a car crash in which DuPont's daughter, Celine is the victim. Risking her life and soul, Celine sets out on a life changing adventure. In this life risking crusade, Celine and Alexander fall for each other, but it is inevitable that everything is going to end in tragedy... Written by Aaron DeCantillon

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Hugo Speer, 'Ian Holm (I)' and Richard Briers were in negotiations to play Richard Boyd, but all three to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. See more »


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With guidance: the future of British film potentially is here
26 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

"Denied" is a complicated thriller directed by the exceptionally talented Timothy Reynard. Quite simply the teenager has managed to capture the essence of a challenging subject matter well beyond his years. Combined with the mature performance of relatively unheard of lead actor Andrew Dawson, who portrays 'Alexander Manning' with sublime ease.

Holly Mann's portrayal of emotionally unstable 'Celine DuPont' twists and turns throughout, overall Mann's subtle performance is defined in the final few scenes, where tragically no fairytale finale is offered for the miss-match couple.

An unmissable chemistry is created between Alexander Manning (Andrew Dawson) and everything he touches within this film. For the boyishly handsome Dawson and his Grant/Law-esquire appearance I can only see this being a stepping stone onto greater things. Much the same can be said of director Timothy Reynard, who was certainly not out of place walking the red carpet with 'Oscar' nominated Ken Russell.

As a feature film itself, no it is not a Hollywood blockbuster by any stretch of the imagination, made on a shoe string budget it shows little in the way of special effects, and why should it? The acting, stunning soundtrack and clever storyline provide all essential ingredients for a sound production. A sorry state of affairs for British film? I think not. With guidance the future of British film potentially is here.

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