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Electricity (2014)

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A journey seen through the eyes of a young woman with epilepsy that brings extraordinary hallucinations as she searches for her long lost brother.

Director:

Bryn Higgins

Writers:

Sukey Fisher (screenplay) (as Joe Fisher), Sukey Fisher (as Joe Fisher) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Paul Anderson ... Barry O'Connor
Agyness Deyn ... Lily O'Connor
Christian Cooke ... Mikey O'Connor
Lenora Crichlow ... Mel
Alice Lowe ... Sylvia
Julian Firth ... Consultant Neurologist
Ben Batt ... Dave
Tom Georgeson Tom Georgeson ... Al
Peter-Hugo Daly Peter-Hugo Daly ... Mr. Morris
Sharon Percy ... Mam
Saffron Coomber Saffron Coomber ... Rachel
Seamus O'Neill Seamus O'Neill ... Homeless Hostel Manager
Nigel Travis Nigel Travis ... Don
Jimmy Roussounis Jimmy Roussounis ... Pub Landlord
Dean Bone Dean Bone ... Arcade Punter
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A journey seen through the eyes of a young woman with epilepsy that brings extraordinary hallucinations as she searches for her long lost brother.

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2014 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Elektrizität See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Budget:

£1,360,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Filming started 14 June 2016. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Film '72: Episode dated 10 December 2014 (2014) See more »

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Roll On Babe
By Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance
Written by Derroll Adams
By permission of the Ronnie Lane Estate
Published by Peer Music (UK) Ltd
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Deserves to be better known
14 June 2015 | by rogerdarlingtonSee all my reviews

I was drawn to this small, little-known British film by its star, since I have always found that model Agyness Deyn has such a fascinating face. In fact, Deyn - in her first major movie - is not just the central character but in every scene and, given her lack of acting experience, her performance is remarkable. She plays Lily O'Connor, a young woman from the north who travels down to London to seek the younger brother she has not seen since childhood.

The distinguishing feature of this film, directed by Bryn Higgins, is that from a very early age Lily has suffered frequent and severe epileptic fits. I was once travelling on an inter-city train when the young woman sitting next to me had an epileptic fit and I have never forgotten it. This film is part-funded by the Wellcome Foundation and its representation of such fits is very effective and striking.


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