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Country: United Kingdom, Language: English, 18 mins

  • Director: Mat Johns
  • Writer: Mat Johns
  • Producer: Mat Johns, Chris Lane, Jessica Loveland

CGiii Comment

As good as it gets!

To pull this off required great skill and immense talent...Mat Johns has both.

The premise may seem ridiculous, the execution is most definitely not.

Everything is faultless...but, it's the actual tone of the film that makes this so special.

A rare talent and a beautiful, beautiful [faultless] film.

No trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

"The Universe gives. The Universe takes away."

Rabia and Maddie, a pupil and teacher, form a friendship under the unlikeliest of circumstances.

Cast & Characters

Joanne Mitchell (as Maddie)
Payal Mistry (as Rabia)
Leah Baskaran (as Leigh)
Neerja Sethi (as Tabassam)
Kelsey Openshaw (as Gemma)
Liam Scholes (as Luke)
Andrea Ashworth (as School Teacher)
Stuart Ashworth (as School Teacher)
Tara Delaney (as School Teacher)
Roger McIntosh (as School Teacher)
Andy Pearson (as School Teacher)
Noah Eden-Daniels (as School Child)
Inioluwa Ehis (as School Child)
Tamilore Ehis (as School Child)
Holly Gaucas (as School Child)
Halle Hizer (as School Child)
Asha Kempster (as School Child)
Aaron Kokolay (as School Child)
Oliver McWalters (as School Child)
Isabella Ramplin (as School Child)