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Synopsis

Following Yago is a quirky study of married life. It takes the popular genre of romantic comedy and shifts the focus away from the typical 'boy meets girl' scenario to examine how a couple stay together and whether this is the basis of true love.
 
Jack has recently given up his full-time job to concentrate on writing a book on the Mary Rose.  Finding it easier to work at  night, his routine has changed and he now sleeps during the day.  Meanwhile, his wife, Maddy, continues her job as a photographer in order to support them both.  Then, one day, much to Jack's horror, Maddy brings home a self-help book with a view to improving what Jack thought was a perfectly happy relationship.
 
The film is, unusually, set completely in one location (the couple's house) with only the two lead characters seen throughout. By giving the audience a private insight into their lives behind closed doors, the story explores how situations that occur in our outside lives affect us and, in turn, our personal relationships.

Details

Year
2004
Type of film
Features
Running Time
94 mins
Format
Beta SP
Director
Adam Cooper
Producer
Karen Rouse
Editor
Ros Gihan Williams
Screenwriter
Karen Rouse
Director of Photography
Caitlin Buchanan
Sound
Mike Stride
Music
Ivan Anchant
Principal Cast
Mark Little

Genre

Production Company

Infactuation Productions
Top Floor, 90 Milton Grove
London
N16 8QY
UK

T +44 (0)20 7503 0509

contact@followingyago.com

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Company

Infactuation Productions
Top Floor, 90 Milton Grove
London
N16 8QY
UK

T+44 (0)20 7503 0509

contact@followingyago.com