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Randall's Flat

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Synopsis

One Thursday morning Randall, one of life's natural wasters, awakes to find the door to his flat jammed shut and that his ex-girlfriend, Tabby, wants to buy a kilo of coke, price no object. Enter Phil, Randall's best mate. Dangerous and psychotic some say, unless you live in a permanent drug induced haze and don't notice, as Randall does. Through Tommy, their schizophrenic dealer, they acquire the necessary amount of coke and set things up to sell it on at double the price. A fact they quite sensibly conceal from Tommy and his boss. Randall and Phil wait at the bar for the courier to show up with the gear.

The next morning Randall is wakened by Phil discovering a bloody corpse on the living room floor. This triggers a seemingly incomprehensible descent into confusion and death for them both. Threatened by an American drugs baron, fuelled with a cocktail of drink and drugs and spurred on by the promise of a £20,000 reward they struggle to discover the truth behind this bizarre turn of events.

Details

Year
2001
Type of film
Features
Format
35mm Fuji
Director
Chris Atkins
Producer
Ray Brady
Executive Producer
Ray Brady
Editor
Kamil Tchorek
Screenwriter
Chris Atkins
Director of Photography
Mark Duffield
Sound
Duncan Walsh
Music
Various
Principal Cast
Peter Broome, Andrew Hoggarth, Abigail Good, Adam Smith, Kevin Rundle

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Production Company

Stage to Screen Ltd.
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