Stock Code (2013)

Stock Code is a short film that is based on the trials and tribulations of a farmers son in the UK, who is lured into investing in the stock-market. The main character - Peter Howell has ... See full summary »

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Rupert Hadlow

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Rupert Hadlow
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Dan Gaisford ... Peter Howell
Anna Gillingham-Sutton Anna Gillingham-Sutton ... Janice Smith (voice)
Cody Holland Cody Holland ... Wendy
Becca Page Becca Page ... Lilly
Theresa Roche Theresa Roche ... Sally Winthrop
Stephen Vellam Stephen Vellam ... Brad
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Stock Code is a short film that is based on the trials and tribulations of a farmers son in the UK, who is lured into investing in the stock-market. The main character - Peter Howell has taken over the day to day management of his father's farm, whilst his mother and father holiday in France. He finds that running a farm isn't what he expected and financially it becomes a burden. Receiving a phone call from a stockbroker, Peter invests the family's, money in a stock which performs badly. Peter is filled with revenge, and plans to take down the stockbroking firm. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Crime | Drama | Thriller

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UK

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English

Release Date:

3 January 2013 (UK) See more »

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T 1 Media See more »
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A 'must see' film for residents of Bath...and beyond.
16 January 2013 | by mhtravellingSee all my reviews

I enjoyed this short film...it's gritty and has that nice British film touch to it. The 'short film' genre is one which is not often seen these days, so I congratulate the director on taking a chance and trying something different. To be honest, I wish that cinemas would give these kind of films a run prior to the main feature, thus enabling British film-makers to get their work shown. At the moment, cinemas are happy to show advertisements and lots of trailers...but why not some short features, like "Stock Code:"? I especially think that the cinemas in Bath should show it as it depicts local scenes and is acted by local people. Or how about our national public broadcaster, the BBC, having a special slot every week for a couple of the best such short films made by up-and-coming British directors? Isn't that part of their mandate? Nice work, Rupert. Good luck with your next effort.


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