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SHELL

by Scott Graham

synopsis

Shell is a 17-year-old woman living and working at a remote petrol station in the Scottish Highlands. Apart from the infrequent passing trade and a few regulars to acknowledge and catch up with, her only companion is her father Pete, an introverted man to whom she is devoted. Shell’s mother deserted them years before, leaving Pete to bring up the girl on his own. Shell’s affection for her dad and the lonely environs inspire confused emotions that both have difficulty confronting.

international title: Shell
original title: Shell
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Bac Films
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Scott Graham
film run: 90'
release date: UK 15/03/2013, NL 16/01/2014
screenplay: Scott Graham
cast: Chloe Pirrie, Joseph Mawle, Iain de Caestecker
cinematography by: Yoliswa Gärtig
film editing: Rachel Tunnard
art director: James Lapsley
producer: Margaret Matheson, David Smith
production: Brocken Spectre, Bard Entertainments
distributor: Verve Pictures
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