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Bridge

Bridge will be screened in the Saturday night block from 7 to 9 pm July 28th at the Craigmonie Theatre, Glen Urquhart High School, Drumnadrochit
All Screenings are Free Entry
Shortlisted for Best Film Nessie

Bridge is a story of desperation and how fragile life can be. Focusing on a chance encounter between two strangers – ordinary people in a not so ordinary situation – Bridge offers an examination into the happy unions created through ones unhappiness and how it is the little things that can ultimately transform our future.

Directed by Iain Robertson
Written by Donna Franceschild
Made by Stone Scissors Paper Productions
Genre : Drama
Duration : 10m
Scotland

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