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The Last Regal Kingsize

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Evie Carreno

Synopsis

A film set in a Glasgow protestant community on the day of an orange march telling the story of a young boy who is desperate to be part of a local gang.

While their fathers march through the decaying streets of Glasgow their sons take a sinister journey into the dark heart of modern Britain.

Duty, Service, Glory - The Last Regal Kingsize reveals the reality behind belonging is betrayal.

A groundbreaking synthesis of ethnographic study, real-life characters and hypnotic music and photography. This poetic but unsentimental short is the first drama from acclaimed documentary-maker Simon Hipkins.

Details

Year
2010
Type of film
Shorts
Running Time
26 mins
Director
Simon Hipkins
Producer
Alison Murphy
Editor
Simon Hipkins
Screenwriter
Gavin Scott Whitfield
Director of Photography
Samuel Mitchell
Music
David McAulay

Genre

Production Company

Corruption Films Ltd
c/o Alison Murphy
29 Mill Stream Lodge
Rickmansworth WD3 8JQ
UK

Alison Murphy
murphy.alison@gmail.com

Simon Hipkins
simonhip@gmail.com
http://www.simonhipkins.com