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Freewheeling

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Synopsis

The film follows Nat, a confused young man of about twenty. He sets off from home, and his recently widowed mother, in a camper van that he and his father had been restoring. He is tricked into giving a lift to two ageing hippies, Jack and Abigail, to their home in Devon. The three grow closer as the journey continues and Nat's naiveté and fear of the future subside. He decides to stay for a few days and walks on to the beach, aware of his freedom.

Details

Year
1998
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
13 mins
Format
16mm Kodak
Director
Philip Richardson
Producer
The London International Film School
Executive Producer
The London International Film School
Director of Photography
Rebecca Hall
Principal Cast
George Williams, Robert Shield, Gina Feitelson and
Screen Writer
Philip Richardson

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Production Company

The London International Film School
24 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9HP
Tel: 020 7240 0168 Fax: 020 7497 3718
E Mail: lifs@dial.pipex.com

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