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All in the Valley

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Luke Hagan 2014

  • Luke Hagan 2014

    Luke Hagan 2014


Set in Cornwall in 1855 All in the Valley is a powerful story of desperation and redemption played out against a bleak and unforgiving landscape. Joseph Ballam, a Crimean war veteran, returns home with no money, no job and no prospects. When Mr. Lincoln, a wealthy mine owner, offers him the chance to emigrate to the colony of Van Diemen’s Land it seems his troubles may be at an end, but there is a catch. In exchange for a new life Ballam must go deep into the Cornish countryside to hunt down the Tallack brothers, a dangerous gang of thieves, and return the money they have stolen from Lincoln’s company. Ballam is accompanied by Kneebone, a gruff miner who claims to know where the gang are hiding. The bond between the pair grows as they track the men across the moor. However when they finally come face to face with the brutality of the Tallack brothers Ballam must confront the violence of his past and decide what he is willing to do in exchange for a new life.


Type of film
Running Time
96 minutes
Luke J. Hagan 1st Feature
Corina Skerritt
Executive Producer
Jim Hagan, Carole Hagan
Luke J. Hagan
Luke J. Hagan
Director of Photography
Luke J. Hagan
Simon Norman
Simon Norman
Principal Cast
Stephen Hope-Wynne, Daniel Jordan, Richard Pawulski, Rory Wilton, Michael Terry, Emma Spurgin Hussey, Nicholas Delvalle, James Cotter
Assistant Director
Corina Skerritt
Hair & Make-up
Michelle Bromley
Camera Assistant
Jack Langley
Location Assistant
Leif Townsend
Production Assistant
Martyn Hedges, James Coard
Dialogue Editor
Billy Mahoney Jr.
Sound Effects Editor
Arran Mahoney
ADR Recordist
Martin Gimson

Production Company

Candylad Productions