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Hell in the Highlands

Hell in the highlands will be screened in the Saturday night block from 7-9.10pm July 25th at the Craigmonie Theatre


Two guys in the Highlands driving to their local polling station with opposing views on the Referendum end up in the same car due to bad luck, what could possibly go wrong?

A film about the Scottish Independence Referendum that is due to occur on the 18th September 2014. This vote will decide whether Scotland remains in the United Kingdom or not. We set out to make an politically impartial film that stripped the debate down to what is essentially a fight between to opposing forces. The inspiration and title came from the Lee Marvin/Toshiro Mifune film Hell In The Pacific about two shipwrecked US and Japanese soldiers during WW2 who have to work together to escape a desert island. It was shot in Culloden Woods in the Highlands of Scotland.

Written & Directed by Allan Crook
Genre : Comedy
Duration : 8m

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