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Boiling Point  2021
Director:  Philip Barantini
Producer:
  Bart Ruspoli and Hester Ruoff
Art Director:
  Deb Milner
Editor:
  Alex Fountain
Music:
  Aaron May and David Ridley
Screenplay:
  Philip Barantini and James Cummings, adapted from the 2019 short film written by Philip Barantini and James Cummings and directed by Philip Barantini
Director of Photography:
  Matthew Lewis
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Cast:
spacer1 Stephen Graham
spacer1 Vinette Robinson
spacer1 Jason Flemyng
spacer1 Ray Panthaki
spacer1 Hannah Walters
spacer1 Áine Rose Daly
spacer1 Rosa Escoda
spacer1 Malachi Kirby
spacer1 Lourdes Faberes
spacer1 Izuka Hoyle
spacer1 Kieran Urquhart
spacer1 Alice May Feetham
spacer1 Stephen Graham spacer1 Vinette Robinson spacer1 Jason Flemyng
spacer1 Ray Panthaki spacer1 Hannah Walters spacer1 Áine Rose Daly
spacer1 Rosa Escoda spacer1 Malachi Kirby spacer1 Lourdes Faberes
spacer1 Izuka Hoyle spacer1 Kieran Urquhart spacer1 Alice May Feetham
spacer1 Stephen Graham spacer1 Vinette Robinson
spacer1 Jason Flemyng spacer1 Ray Panthaki
spacer1 Hannah Walters spacer1 Áine Rose Daly
spacer1 Rosa Escoda spacer1 Malachi Kirby
spacer1 Lourdes Faberes spacer1 Izuka Hoyle
spacer1 Kieran Urquhart spacer1 Alice May Feetham

Synopsis:
Actor-turned-director Philip Barantini follows his award winning short of the same name and feature debut Villain (2020) with this breathlessly kinetic, formally dazzling and ultimately moving single-take thriller set in an elite London restaurant. We follow Andy, an emotionally damaged and drug addicted chef, played by an electrifying Stephen Graham, across one crazily busy night in his top London restaurant. He has to deal with acrimonious staff, difficult customers, an old adversary and the pressures of keeping a frenetic kitchen and busy restaurant floor going. A smart character study, a realistic slice of life and a vivid window into a highly pressurised and strange working world, Barantini’s film makes superb use of its formal conceit, an excellent ensemble cast and terrific central performance to deliver something genuinely nerve-jangling and exciting.

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