United Kingdom, 2011, 13 Minute Running Time
Topic: Family Friendly
It’s late in the afternoon at the Sadak household in London. Shirin and her father have supper alone. The usual awkwardness of a father and his young adult daughter is increased by the distance her father feels at Shirin’s assimilation into British culture. As they wait for Shirin’s mother, the awkwardness increases.
DIRECTOR: Stephen Fingleton
Producer: Loreta Zajarskyte
Editor: Mark Towns
Screenwriter: Stephen Fingleton
Cinematographer: Si Bell
Principal Cast: Bhasker Patel,Hussina Raja
This film is playing as a part of...
Strangers in a Strange Land
A trip down the rabbit hole is how one might best describe the plight of the protagonists in each of the short films in this showcase, as they find themselves in situations utterly alien to their everyday lives, with no road signs telling them which way to go. ... more