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Sunday Worship (2017)

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A lonely septuagenarian struggles to conceal his ailing health from his doting wife, finding solace watching a local football team, his levels of fandom start to border on obsession.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brian Croucher Brian Croucher ... Jim Champion
Annabel Leventon ... Rose Champion
Neil Maggs Neil Maggs ... Barry 'Sheepskin' Nelson
Craig Dear ... Baggy The Gaffer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Craig Coles Craig Coles ... Footballer
Kai Dawe Kai Dawe ... Number 9
Rich Duffy Rich Duffy ... Footballer
Andrew Ford Andrew Ford ... Footballer
Kaci-Leigh Holbrook Kaci-Leigh Holbrook ... Sideline Supporter
Keane Holbrook Keane Holbrook ... Sideline Supporter
Dean Horler Dean Horler ... Dad with child on shoulders
Cameron Jacobs Cameron Jacobs ... Footballer
Charlotte Elizzabeth Langley Charlotte Elizzabeth Langley ... Sideline supporter (as Charlotte Elizzabeth)
Martin Milkins Martin Milkins ... Footballer
Brendan Murphy Brendan Murphy ... Barman
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A lonely septuagenarian struggles to conceal his ailing health from his doting wife, finding solace watching a local football team, his levels of fandom start to border on obsession.

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Short | Drama

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After the director's first choice actor to play 'Number 9' pulled out last minute, Kai Dawe was called upon who is also the brother and cousin of the two directors and not a professional actor. See more »

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a refuge
23 October 2018 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

...or run. An old couple. Bizarre reactions of husband . A suitcase . And the answer. A great, beautiful short film. About a sort of obsession as only tool for preserve the normality. Admirable performances, delicate storytelling. And one of touching films about the roots of love.


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Official Sites:

ShunkFilms [United Kingdom]

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UK

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English

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14 March 2017 (UK) See more »

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GBP2,000 (estimated)
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