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Make Me Up

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Synopsis

Created by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean in 2018 to mark 100 years since women were first given the right to vote in the United Kingdom. Part horror movie, part comedy, 'Make Me Up' reflects on the shortcomings of our journey towards equality throughout the past century.
The film imagines a dystopian future where a group of women are trapped in a cruel reality TV-style competition in the brutal modernist setting of St Peter’s Seminary. Here, voting is not a liberation – it is a harsh judgement the contestants must face. New arrival Siri learns the rules of a show where compliance and attractiveness are key. Emboldened by her growing friendship with fellow inmate Alexa, Siri finds ways of sabotaging the system and discovers some terrible truths in the process.

Details

Year
2018
Type of film
Features
Director
Rachel Maclean
Producer
John Archer

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Last updated 13th June 2018

Production Company

A Hopscotch Films, NVA production.
Co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW (WW1 Centenary Art Commissions), BBC Arts. Supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Creative Scotland, Heritage Lottery Fund, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, IWM First World War Centenary

Hopscotch Films
John Archer
Film City Glasgow
401 Govan Road
Glasgow
G51 2QJ
+44 (0)141 440 6740
john@hopscotchfilms.co.uk
http://www.hopscotchfilms.co.uk

NVA
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Glasgow
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