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Richard and Rachel are deeply in love but their life together ends when Rachel dies in a tragic accident. Richard, unable to cope with the idea that there will be no more ‘laters’ with Rachel, decides that death doesn’t have to be the end….

Based on the short story by acclaimed writer Michael Marshall Smith.



About the director

Simon Duric got into film when, as a young boy, he first saw Jason And The Argonauts and then spent many hours drawing what was on the screen. After two failed stints in art school and some time managing bars and clubs instead, he started freelance illustration work for magazines, books and albums and, in 2001, was nominated for The British Fantasy Society Best Artist Of The Year Award – and was beaten by Jim Burns, who worked on Blade Runner. Simon soon moved on to storyboarding and, over the last six years, has worked on hundreds of commercials and music videos as well as feature films, including The Woman In Black , Sherlock Holmes, The Descent 2 and Eden Lake, and for two of his all-time favourite directors, Richard Stanley and Jonathan Glazer. 
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About Michael Marshall Smith

Michael Marshall Smith is a novelist and screenwriter, who published over seventy short stories and three novels — Only Forward, Spares and One of Us — winning the Philip K. Dick, International Horror Guild, August Derleth and the Prix Bob Morane in France. He has won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction four times, more than any other author. Writing as MICHAEL MARSHALL, he has published five internationally best selling thrillers, including The Straw Men, The Intruders and Bad Things. 2009 saw the publication of The Servants, under the name M. M. SMITH. His screenwriting work includes movie scripts for Miramax, a television series for Showtime, and he is currently writing a series pilot for Carnival Productions and NBC. His new Michael Marshall novel Killer Move will be published in July 2011. He lives in North London with his wife, son, and two cats. more>


 
Directed by Simon Duric
Screenyplay by Simon Duric
Format RED HD
Produced by Elisabeth Pinto
Director of Photography
Luke Bryant
Makeup Effects by Natalie Guest
Music by Nate Connelly
Edited by Ben Jordan
Starring Neil Newbon, Nessa Wrafter

 

 

 




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