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KALEIDOSCOPE

by Rupert Jones

synopsis

Toby Jones is at his very best in this complex and dark psychological thriller. Middle-aged Carl, recently released from prison, is trying to adjust to life on the outside. His bleak life is challenged by the arrival of his controlling mother (the ever excellent Anne Reid) just as he embarks on his first date in 15 years. Written and directed by Toby’s brother, Rupert Jones, the film is a twisted and tangled delve into one man’s psyche, as influences of past and present collide in his tortured mind. Contains flashing images

international title: Kaleidoscope
original title: Kaleidoscope
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Independent Film Company
year: 2016
genre: fiction
directed by: Rupert Jones
film run: 100'
screenplay: Rupert Jones
cast: Anne Reid, Sinead Matthews, Deborah Findlay, Karl Johnson, Toby Jones, Cecilia Noble, Frederick Schmidt, Manjinder Virk
cinematography by: Philipp Blaubach
film editing: Tommy Boulding
art director: Belle Mundi
costumes designer: Suzie Harman
music: Mike Prestwood Smith
producer: Maggie Monteith, Matthew James Wilkinson
co-producer: Roopesh Parekh
production: Longships Films, Stigma Films, Dignity Film Finance (US)
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