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Michael and Kristen were child hood sweethearts, but haven't spoken in 10 years. Thrown back together as they both begin their thirties, is there still anything between them? With nothing ... See full summary »

Director:

Stefan Georgiou

Writers:

Sam Bern (co-writer), Stefan Georgiou (co-writer)
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Sebastian Armesto ... Michael
Sophia Dawnay Sophia Dawnay ... Kristen
Tom Mison ... Tim
Johnny Palmiero ... Marco
Sam Bern Sam Bern ... Sam
Sargon Yelda ... Peter
Amanda Holt ... Hannah
Christopher Doyle Christopher Doyle ... Justin
Hannah Emanuel Hannah Emanuel ... Julia
Laura Main ... Etta
Annalie Wilson Annalie Wilson ... Tiffany
Mat Wandless Mat Wandless ... Guy with YoYo
Vicki Helyar Vicki Helyar ... Lucy
Katie Cotterell Katie Cotterell ... Dani
Andrew MacBean Andrew MacBean ... Ross
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Michael and Kristen were child hood sweethearts, but haven't spoken in 10 years. Thrown back together as they both begin their thirties, is there still anything between them? With nothing but a gang of dysfunctional friends as allies will they discover if this second chance is love or just nostalgia? Dead Cat is a quirky take on contemporary relationships in London. Written by Sam Bern

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Comedy | Romance

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Great film, which makes you laugh out loud and cry moments later
16 May 2013 | by bourkejennySee all my reviews

Dead Cat is one of those rare films which make you think, laugh out loud and cry all within moments of each other. It also showcases London and the amazingly talented young people who made the film on a shoestring budget. The main theme of the film is about a couple who realize the relationship they

lost as teenagers was perhaps the one they should have stayed with. But the sub plots are also really involving, focusing on identity issues and searching for that important other in ones life. The scenes by the river are so funny that the whole cinema was laughing. To sum up it is tender, funny and thoughtful and a must see movie.


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English

Release Date:

11 April 2013 (UK) See more »

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