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All in the Valley (2014)

In 1855 a wounded solider returns from the Crimean War and is given the chance of new life in Van Diemen's Land but in exchange he must track down a murderous gang of thieves across the desolate Cornish moors.

Director:

Luke J. Hagan
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Cast

Credited cast:
Steve Hope Wynne ... Joseph Ballam
Daniel Jordan ... William Kneebone
Richard Pawulski ... James Tallack
Rory Wilton ... Uther Talack
Emma Spurgin Hussey Emma Spurgin Hussey ... Elizabeth Ballam
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Coard James Coard ... Gideon Tallack
James Cotter ... Sampson
Nick Delvalle Nick Delvalle ... John
Kate Entwistle Kate Entwistle ... Farm Girl
Shaw Grose Shaw Grose ... Dead man
Jack Langley Jack Langley ... Pentar Tallack
Colin Matthews Colin Matthews ... Pawnbroker
Elizabeth Stewart Elizabeth Stewart ... Cornish Woman
Mike Temple Mike Temple ... Meryn Heldark
Michael Terry ... Mr. Lincoln
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Storyline

Set in Cornwall in 1855 All in the Valley is a powerful story of desperation and redemption played out against a bleak and unforgiving landscape. The film follows Joseph Ballam, a Crimean war veteran who returns home with no money, no job and no prospects. When Mr. Lincoln, a wealthy mine owner, offers him the chance to emigrate to the colony of Van Dieman's Land it seems his troubles may be at an end, but there is a catch. In exchange for a new life Ballam must go deep into the Cornish countryside to hunt down the Tallack brothers, a dangerous gang of thieves, and return the money they have EUREUREURhis past and decide what he is willing to do in exchange for a new life. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | History | Western

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 2014 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cornwall, England, UK

Company Credits

Production Co:

Candylad Productions See more »
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Won Best Feature Film at The Cornwall Film Festival 2014. See more »

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