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THE CLAN

by Lee Hutcheon

synopsis

A unique insight into a dark world of crime, corruption and violence lying deep within the Scottish Highlands. The story unveils the existence of two feuding crime families that have evolved from ancient Scottish Clans, The McKinleys and the McNabs and focuses on the relationship that has blossomed between the two youngest members of each Clan, Cal McKinley and Nicole McNab, struggling to cope with the daily brutal savagery they are being forced to endure. When they decide to run off together, they realise that escaping from the claws of their Clans would never be easy.

international title: The Clan
original title: The Clan
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Aspect Film Ltd
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Lee Hutcheon
film run: 106'
screenplay: Lee Hutcheon
cast: James Cosmo, Steve Weston, John Kazek, Lee Hutcheon, Jimmy Lynch
film editing: Lee Hutcheon
art director: Graeme Joss
producer: Lee Hutcheon
production: Clanfilms
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