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Away (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama | 12 May 2017 (UK)
A story set in the north English seaside town of Blackpool and centered on two kindred spirits who form an unlikely friendship.

Director:

David Blair

Writer:

Roger Hadfield
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Cast

Credited cast:
Juno Temple ... Ria
Matt Ryan ... Dex
Timothy Spall ... Joseph
Susan Lynch ... Angie
Hayley Squires ... Kaz
Terry Stone ... Landlord
Tony Pitts ... Col
Joanna Roth ... Tanya
Reece Noi ... Damo
Melanie Clare Melanie Clare ... Carol
Adam Riley Adam Riley ... Cafe Worker
Ellie Wilkes Ellie Wilkes ... Cafe Manager
Liz Hulme Davison Liz Hulme Davison ... Kindly Waitress
Nicola Szepecko Nicola Szepecko ... Lead Cafe Worker
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A story set in the north English seaside town of Blackpool and centered on two kindred spirits who form an unlikely friendship.

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Two fractured souls. A million blinding lights

Genres:

Drama

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2017 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Покидая Блэкпул See more »

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These Thoughts Collide
Written by Peter E.J. Lee (as Pete Lee)
Published by Notting Hill Music / Flare Film (London) Ltd
Produced and Performed by Love To Infinity, Peter E.J. Lee (as Pete Lee), Andy Lee
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Great story, amazing performances. Cool music
24 June 2016 | by jtebrettSee all my reviews

Hi, saw this film at Edinburgh film festival and it knocked my socks off. I cried and laughed. Juno Temple and Tim Spall are amazing in it, those eyes staring down from the big screen (Juno's!) and Spall is very convincing in his wretched situation. Great story and how it's told is really clever as it's not straight forward like you might get with a Hollywood Blockbuster: You get fed elements of the story as small morsels along the way to always keep you enthralled. The scenery also makes me want to go to Blackpool too so a good advert there for them! A man in the audience commented on how he always cries at the drop of a hat at films but he knows it must be powerful as his wife who never ever cries at films was crying buckets.


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