Fresh from a highly successful festival run, writer/director John McPhail’s feature Where Do We Go From Here? is headed back to the big screen, showing at Cineworld Renfrew Street, Glasgow from 21st September.
Brennan Artist Alison Peebles gained a BAFTA Scotland Best Actress nomination for her work in the film, and our own Richard Addison was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival.
James is a 25 year old man living and working in a local care home to be close to his only relative, his Grandfather. Lost after his passing, James and his three elderly best friends hatch a plan to dupe the cruel care home manager and bust out for one last adventure. Will their plan go off without a hitch, or is there a sell by date on adventure? A heart-warming romantic comedy, coming of age film that you can take your Grandparents to.
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