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NUCLEAR

by Catherine Linstrum

synopsis

An allegorical story of the dividing line between reality and unreality, Nuclear is about a young girl losing the protection of her mother, forced to navigate a hostile world alone. Following an act of violence committed by her own brother, Emma escapes with her mother and finds refuge in an isolated retreat in the shadow of a nuclear power station. Fearful that the brother will return to continue his act of violence, Emma has to confront her own ghosts and her own guilt in order to be free of her toxic family.

international title: Nuclear
original title: Nuclear
country: United Kingdom
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Catherine Linstrum
film run: 92'
screenplay: Catherine Linstrum, David-John Newman
cast: Emilia Jones, Sienna Guillory, Oliver Coopersmith, George MacKay, Noriko Sakura, Steven Waddington
cinematography by: Crystel Fournier
film editing: Stephen Boucher
art director: Humphrey Jaeger
costumes designer: Jeffrey Michael
music: Stephen McKeon
producer: Stella Nwimo
executive producer: Adam Partridge, Mary Burke, Jim Reeve, Paul Higgins, Gwawr Martha Lloyd
line producer: Deborah Aston
production: Yellow Nuclear Ltd
backing: Ffilm Cymru Wales (UK)
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