SEVEN NEW SHORT DRAMAS - FILMED LIVE - HOW IT IS
ASSUMPTION THE DISHES WON'T WASH THEMSELVES IT'S GETTING DARK MY SHORT SKIRT VANISHED ACTING UP GUILTY PARTY
HOW IT IS
RUNNING TIME: 1 HOUR 20 MINUTES
RACHEL ELIZABETH TAYLOR
MAGGIE JOYCE ANDERSON
Film Recordist: John Martin
Post-Production Editor: Noel Franson
Written and Directed by Thom McKeown
ASSUMPTION | Synopsis
An older lady is sitting in a Police Station waiting room, hoping to be attended to, when in comes a younger man in a hooded sweat shirt. She becomes tense and uncomfortable as he looks over and asks her questions.
THE DISHES WON'T WASH THEMSELVES | Synopsis
Bobby was entering the mature era of his life and had consigned himself to spending those remaining years alone, when unexpectedly, something happened in the supermarket that was to change everything.
IT'S GETTING DARK | Synopsis
It is late evening and Vicky is lying on the ground looking up, within the yard of a commercial premises. Dennis, the security guard, approaches her and so begins a unique topic of conversation.
MY SHORT SKIRT | Synopsis
A woman makes her own personal statement on female empowerment.
VANISHED | Synopsis
A man dressed entirely in black, with a black hood and his face covered, walks on towards a table, where he places a device. He then presses the playback button.
ACTING UP | Synopsis
An actress sits in a bar with a glass of wine as she describes the vicissitudes of the thespian profession.
GUILTY PARTY | Synopsis
Mark and Abi are relaxing after a meal. They've been together only a short time but are clearly enjoying each other's company. Then, when Mark poses a few genuine questions to Abi, the whole context of their relationship changes.
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