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No Place (2007)

After witnessing the death of three young girls at the hands of Bosnian Militia, war photographer Tim Brooks quits work and retires to an isolated village in rural Northumberland. There he ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rob Turnbull Rob Turnbull ... The Father
Colin Sharp Colin Sharp ... The Photographer
Kathy Secker Kathy Secker ... Debbie
Samantha Neale Samantha Neale ... Julie (as Sam Neale)
Keith Patrick Keith Patrick ... Dave
Norman McFadyen Norman McFadyen ... Norm
Charlie Richmond ... Charlie
James Antrobus James Antrobus ... George
Wendy Drury Wendy Drury ... Wendy
Clare Norris Clare Norris ... Claire
Caroline Chapman Caroline Chapman ... Shopkeeper
Dave Easton Dave Easton ... The Pie Man
George Mcveagh George Mcveagh ... Villager
Davey Ramsay-Millar Davey Ramsay-Millar ... Villager's Son
Elliott Sinclair Elliott Sinclair ... Bookshop Assistant
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Storyline

After witnessing the death of three young girls at the hands of Bosnian Militia, war photographer Tim Brooks quits work and retires to an isolated village in rural Northumberland. There he befriends a young girl, Julie, who bears an uncanny resemblance to one of the girls he saw killed. By befriending Julie, Tim puts himself into conflict with Julie's Father, who is terrified that she'll abandon him, just the way his wife did seven years earlier. The Father, believing that Julie is still seeing Tim, gets drunk and beats Julie up. She leaves, running to Tim who gets her to safety. The next day, the Father, distraught, confronts Tim; but, Tim scares him off. Unable to deal with the situation the Father becomes convinced that Tim has abducted his daughter. Seeking revenge the Father begins to play a deadly game of cat and mouse in the woods and Tim discovers that this time he's running for his life. Written by 24: 25 Films Ltd

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 May 2007 (France) See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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24:25 Films See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The screening for cast and crew was presented at the Tyneside Cinema, founded in 1937 by Dixon Scott, great Uncle to Ridley Scott and Tony Scott. See more »

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