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DON'T WORRY ABOUT ME

by David Morrissey

synopsis

After a one-night-stand gone wrong, David, every inch the Southern geezer, winds up stranded in Liverpool with only some loose change in his pocket and a strong desire to get back to London. Placing a bet to try and win his fare home, he meets helpful local lass Tina, and plans take a different turn. Once he's talked her into skipping work for the rest of the day, she leads him on a tour of the city, and sightseeing leads to sharing stories and, in fits and starts, a connection grows.

original title: Don't Worry About Me
country: United Kingdom
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: David Morrissey
screenplay: David Morrissey, Helen Elizabeth, James Brough
cast: Helen Elizabeth, James Brough, Kate Henry
cinematography by: Stuart Nicholas White
film editing: Mark Eckersley
producer: John Maxwell
production: Tubedale Films
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