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Autumn Never Dies (2020)

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Puppets Danny and Nelson return in another whirlwind adventure in 'Autumn Never Dies' the sequel to the 2012 short film, 'The Greyness of Autumn'.

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Chris Quick
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Duncan Airlie James ... Danny McGuire / The Chief (voice)
Nicolette McKeown ... Lizzie
Lynn Murray Lynn Murray ... Dr. Crawford
Chris Quick ... Nelson (voice)
Neil Francis ... Barry
Amy Ebbutt ... Katie
Ray Crofter ... Father Muldoon
Alan Cuthbert ... Mr. Caribou (voice)
John Gaffney ... Black Eye Tam
Jim Sweeney ... Terrorist Leader
Chris Martin ... Callaghan / Agent Johnson
Michael Cooke Michael Cooke ... Horse / Agent Myers
Diane Brooks Webster Diane Brooks Webster ... Natalie
Darren Connell Darren Connell ... Alky Crow (voice)
Stephen Cobain Stephen Cobain ... Lewis
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Storyline

Danny is an ostrich living in Glasgow with his roommate, a monkey named Nelson. After a failed suicide attempt over the break up with his girlfriend, Danny seeks counselling to help him recover from his ordeal and get his life back on track. After meeting Lizzie during a pub quiz, friendship quickly turns into romance but when Danny's former lover reaches out to him again, he finds his new relationship under threat. With his life at a crossroads, Danny reaches out to his psychiatrist for advice that would eventually help him decide whether to open past wounds or plan a new future with Lizzie. Written by SCM

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The sequel to the film you probably didn't see

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Short | Comedy

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Steven Patrick was due to reprise his role of Mr Jenkins but was unable to make the allocated shoot day. The characters appearance was later cut. See more »

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Follows The Greyness of Autumn (2012) See more »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 March 2020 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

GBP1,350 (estimated)
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