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Silent Things by Rob Brown

Silent Things by Rob Brown

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Two autistic friends undergo an extraordinary test of character when a 15-year-old girl comes between them.

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An autistic man and woman undergo an extraordinary test of character and friendship when a 15-year-old girl comes between them.

The cast of this character-driven drama includes Georgia Groome (London To Brighton, Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging), Antonia Campbell-Hughes (Bright Star, Lead Balloon) and Andrew Scott (Sherlock, 2005 Olivier Award winner, Band of Brothers).

Crew
Cast
  • Charlotte

    Antonia Campbell-Hughes
  • Amy

    Georgia Groome
  • Jake

    Andrew Scott
Related Links

Silent Things: official site

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Festivals & Screenings

In the Palace: International Short Film Festival, Balchik, Bulgaria, 2011

East End Film Festival, 2011

Bradford International Film Festival, 2011

International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2011

London Short Film Festival, 2011

ID Fest, Derby, 2010

Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, Belfast, 2010

Leeds International Film Festival, 2010

NPS New Arrivals, Rotterdam, 2010

Awards

New Arrivals Jury Award, 40th International Film Festival Rotterdam, 2010

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2 comments posted.

  • Feb 10, 2012

    keith

    i enjoyed this film and thought it was well acted....solidly made as well, i thought - not that i know technical stuff!

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  • Oct 11, 2011

    brendan ryan

    very good autism the mind a wounderful thing for some. bad for others./ made with that in mind to bring to our tvs/. and those with no support at all./ brendan thomas ryan

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