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THE GREAT ECSTASY OF ROBERT CARMICHAEL

by Thomas (Tom) Clay

synopsis

In a small English coastal town, three teenage boys are drawn into a world of temptation and violence. Bored, troubled, excluded, unable either to accept or to recognise moral boundaries, their actions move inexorably towards a shocking act that will devastate the sleepy community. Brutal, poetic, explosive, infused with a dark and ironic wit, 24-year-old director Thomas Clay's extraordinary film issues a fierce challenge to the complacency of our times and heralds the arrival of a remarkable new British talent.

international title: THE GREAT ECSTASY OF ROBERT CARMICHAEL
original title: THE GREAT ECSTASY OF ROBERT CARMICHAEL
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Wild Bunch
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Thomas (Tom) Clay
film run: 106'
release date: BE 22/03/06, FR 26/04/06
screenplay: Joseph Lang, Thomas (Tom) Clay
cast: Ryan Winsley, Charles Mnene, Daniel Spencer, Lesley Manville, Danny Dyer
cinematography by: Yorgos Arvanitis
film editing: David Wigram
art director: Atilla Raczkevy
producer: Joseph Lang
production: Pull Back Camera, BOUDU FILM
distributor: Pretty Pictures (FR), Paradiso (Benelux), Frenetic (CH), Lusomundo (PT)

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