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Lynn + Lucy  2019
Director:  Fyzal Boulifa
Producer:
  Camilla Bray
Art Director:
  Katherine Black
Editor:
  Fyzal Boulifa and Taina Galis
Screenplay:
  Fyzal Boulifa
Director of Photography:
  Taina Galis
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Cast:
spacer1 Kacey Ainsworth
spacer1 Nichola Burley
spacer1 Jordan Long
spacer1 Christopher Patrick Nolan
spacer1 Roxanne Scrimshaw
spacer1 Jack Shalloo
spacer1 Ashleigh Bannister
spacer1 Leslie Duke
spacer1 Tia Nelson
spacer1 Tim Berrington
spacer1 Jordan Long
spacer1 Shaq B. Grant
spacer1 Kacey Ainsworth spacer1 Nichola Burley spacer1 Jordan Long
spacer1 Christopher Patrick Nolan spacer1 Roxanne Scrimshaw spacer1 Jack Shalloo
spacer1 Ashleigh Bannister spacer1 Leslie Duke spacer1 Tia Nelson
spacer1 Tim Berrington spacer1 Jordan Long spacer1 Shaq B. Grant
spacer1 Kacey Ainsworth spacer1 Nichola Burley
spacer1 Jordan Long spacer1 Christopher Patrick Nolan
spacer1 Roxanne Scrimshaw spacer1 Jack Shalloo
spacer1 Ashleigh Bannister spacer1 Leslie Duke
spacer1 Tia Nelson spacer1 Tim Berrington
spacer1 Jordan Long spacer1 Shaq B. Grant

Synopsis:
Lynn (Roxanne Scrimshaw) and Lucy (Nichola Burley) have been friends their whole lives; inseparable at school and now living as neighbours and young mothers on an estate. But when a tragedy befalls the pair, a chain of events is set in motion that will severely test their bond, bringing out fears and resentments in the local community.
Review:
This beautifully acted and haunting film, elegantly shot in 4:3 academy ratio, manages the trick of transcending its kitchen sink aesthetic and slice-of-life scenario to deliver something akin to a modern morality play.

Without easy answers or resolutions, the film presents the thorniest ‘what if?’ scenario, confronting us with a taut thriller of bad choices, misunderstandings and escalating social unrest. With his skilled debut, Boulifa joins the ranks of British filmmakers Francis Lee, William Oldroyd and Daniel Kokotajlo with his skilled transcendence of conventional British film genres and tropes.

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