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Shooting Shona

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© 2004 February Films and Blue Grotto Pictures

Synopsis

Shooting Shona is an intimate thriller about the disappearance of Shona’s flatmate and her subsequent struggle to find her.

Strange things are happening in Belsize Park. Anonymous love letters lie on the kitchen counter. Shona (Sam Burke) has been randomly receiving them for weeks. They make her uncomfortable, only reminding her of how lonely she really is. Her closest friends seem to be moving on in their lives.

One morning, Shona finds the shower running and her flatmate has vanished. It becomes apparent that something horrible may have happened when a sinister man (Daniel Gosling) breaks into her apartment and rummages through the place.

All the while she is certain that she is being followed.

Circumstances draw Shona to meet a mysterious man called Art (Tim Downie), and eventually his odd drug-dealing friend Leon (Blake Biddulph), and they find themselves piecing together the mystery of Shona's missing flatmate.

Details

Year
2005
Type of film
Features
Running Time
87 mins
Format
Beta SP
Director
Abner J Pastoll, Kamma Pastoll
Producer
Kamma Pastoll, Abner Pastoll
Editor
Abner J. Pastoll, Kamma Pastoll
Screenwriter
Abner J. Pastoll, Kamma Pastoll
Sound
Noble and Polka
Music
Laura Rossi
Principal Cast
Sam Burke, Tim Downie, Blake Biddulph, Dipika Guha, Daniel Gosling

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Production Company

February Films
147 Kings Road
London SW3 5TX
UK

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