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N.F.A. (No Fixed Abode) (2012)

Adam has it all - a beautiful wife and daughter and home, but one day he wakes up in a hostel for the homeless - how did he there and how can he get his life back?

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Steve Rainbow

Writer:

Steve Rainbow
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Cast

Credited cast:
Patrick Baladi ... Adam
Saskia Butler Saskia Butler ... Jane
Sean Connolly ... Charlie
Simon Lowe ... Dan
Gabriel Paul Gabriel Paul ... Dub
David Proud David Proud ... Graham
Laurence Saunders ... P.C. Mullen
David Sterne ... John
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Low-budget British thriller starring Patrick Baladi. Adam (Baladi) lives at home with his wife and daughter. But when he wakes up in a hostel bed one morning with no recollection of how he got there, he begins to fear he has lost his former life and his family. As he tries to piece everything together, he finds those he seeks help from unwilling to believe his story. Will he be able to regain his old life?

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What if you woke up homeless?

Genres:

Thriller

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2013 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£300,000 (estimated)
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104 Films See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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But for the grace of God go we all
15 May 2013 | by tomo-12See all my reviews

I recently saw this film at the Southend Film festival and like everyone else in the cinema was moved to tears by the wonderful naturalistic performance of Patrick Baladi. I really is a moving film which poses the question long after you leave about how easy it might be to lose your home and family. It could happen to any of us and that's the compelling thrust of the story.

There are a number of curve balls thrown in for good measure as the viewer is as disorientated as the lead character. You learn as he learns when the story unfolds in different directions keeping you gripped as you piece it all together in the process.

I heard that the film is coming out in cinemas later in the year and would recommend any one to see it. It has awards written all over it 9/10


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