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One by one, their concern turn to self-survival.

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Treasa O'Brien
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Benjamin Fletcher Benjamin Fletcher ... Jeremy
Samantha Pearl Samantha Pearl ... Nellie
Sandra Scott Sandra Scott ... Jacqueline
Peter McKinney Peter McKinney ... Abraham
Kane Headley-Cummings ... Freddy
Rachael Ellis Rachael Ellis ... Rachel
Dionne Harrison Dionne Harrison ... Fran
Sol Sarwar Sol Sarwar ... Rubes
Raymond Senfuma Raymond Senfuma ... Tegs
Ellie Dickens Ellie Dickens ... Bus Driver
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A young woman, Nellie, sitting at the back of the bus after a night out with her friend, starts to flirt with a young man, Jeremy. At first in control of the situation, she becomes more alarmed when Jeremy grows more agitated and forceful, as the bus drives through the night. The passengers take more notice and wonder how serious the situation is, and if they should get involved. An older woman, Jacqueline, urges a sleepy passenger, Abraham to find out how serious the situation is, but he assures her that everything is fine, though he is hearing differently. Freddy and his teenage friends respond through ironic commentary of the situation. A young woman, Rachel, sees the most, but says the least, deciding it's not her business. Meanwhile, Nellie looks more and more uncomfortable, as Jeremy grows more aggressive. At Jacqueline's behest, Rachel tries to intervene, but she sees something she wishes she didn't. One by one, the passengers' concern turns to self-survival, as they decide ... Written by Unknown

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One by one, the passengers' concern turns to self-survival.

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Short | Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 January 2010 (UK) See more »

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An emotionally moving experience
2 February 2010 | by akela2000-651-884358See all my reviews

I recently saw the short film N25 and I was surprised how much I related to the characters and the dilemma they each faced. The movie started off light hearted and a little rowdy, but the climax and the ending moved me to tears. I could imagine facing the same choice and wondering, what would I have done? Not many short films have evoked such uneasiness in it's viewers. N25 was very well acted. Each character was convincing from the young girl and her heartfelt expressions to the old Jamaican woman, acted splendidly by Sandra Scott. Ms. Scotts' brilliant acting nagged at our sense of right and wrong and even at the end made us look deep inside our own conscience. I was moved to feel many emotions, so much so that I actually cried at the end. I remember hoping that someone would come to the rescue. The director was able to pull you into the drama in a way that was brilliant and frightening. When I got home I couldn't stop talking about it. I'd love to see it again.


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