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Beneath the Shadows (2015)

An A-Level student searches for happiness to cope with her crippling anxiety and depression.

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Gage Oxley

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Gage Oxley
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Cast

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Anna Keat Anna Keat ... Anna Carter
Carol Plant ... Shelagh Carter
Charlie Harris Charlie Harris ... Liam Taylor
Beth Fallon Beth Fallon ... Doctor Turner
Hannah-Lee Osborn ... Anna's Aunt
Amelia Cook Amelia Cook ... Maisie Fay
David Turner ... Mr. Hodge
Jack Parr Jack Parr ... Mr. Strickland
Gbola Adewunmi ... Dr. Higson
Justin Hayward ... Mr. Badham
Katie Loizou Katie Loizou ... The Nurse
Annika Álofti ... Mrs. Gray
Helen Lambert Helen Lambert ... Mrs. Anderson
Laura-Rose Layden Laura-Rose Layden ... Laura Wainwright
Sian Carry Sian Carry ... Sarah Marsh
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Beneath the Shadows is a two-month snapshot of Anna Carter, a 16 year-old A Level student who suffers with crippling anxiety and depression. From the attempted treatment of an inexperienced, young GP to her crumbling relationships with friends and family - Beneath the Shadows shows mental health in a raw, realistic way.

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No one's got it all

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2015 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

£35,000 (estimated)
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Lead actress, Anna Keat, has been in every single Gage Oxley film - she was 'Taylor' in The Enigma, 'Ruby' in Into Dust and Into Silence, and now 'Anna' in Beneath the Shadows. See more »

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A thought provoking insight into depression in teens
30 November 2015 | by helenlaydenSee all my reviews

Film was very thought provoking handling the topic of mental health in young people very well .The director did an excellent job in a gripping short film .This film is well acted by everyone involved .IIt certainly made me think .The main part of Anna is very believable portraying a young lady with depression.the film looks at a period of a few months and Anna dealings with friends and health professionals too.I felt quite sad in a few parts .Well done to everyone involved. I recommend everyone to watch the film as I'm sure you may recognize similar issues with people you know .A great watch from start to finish .Looking forward to seeing it again .


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