|When his glamorous
French neighbour, Stephanie (Josiane Balasko) takes pity on him,
Jack cannot help but fall for her charms. Encouraged by Stephanie,
Jack helps a local hooligan by giving him his prized Ruby. When an
innocent friendship with Florrie is thrown into question and
Stephanie reveals a well kept secret, Jack's life is thrown into
turmoil once again. Jack finally cracks, consumed with sadness and
humiliation, until tragedy forces him to confront his prejudices,
face his fears and challenge those around him in a bid to win back
Writer / Director -
Ruby Blue is Jan's second feature film. Jan's debut feature film,
Gypo, was critically acclaimed across the board and went on to
receive many industry awards both in the UK and US including a
British Independent Film Award.
Producer - Elaine Wickham
Ruby Blue is Elaine's second feature film since setting up her
independent film company, Medb Films. Her first film, Gypo, won the
"Outstanding Achievement in Production" Award at the British
Independent Film Awards.
KILL FASTER FASTER:
‘Kill Kill Faster Faster’ is a contemporary film noir
inspired by the critically acclaimed novel of the same name by Joel
Rose. Produced by rising UK outfits Aria Films and Full Circle
Films, ‘Kill Kill’ director Gareth Maxwell Roberts has written the
'Kill Kill Faster Faster' is a New York tragic love story -
streetwise, stylish and desperately, savagely sad.
Kill Kill Faster Faster is the story of Joe One-Way, a man serving a
life stretch for the passion murder of his teenage bride Kimba.
Inspired to write by
Clinique, his Jamaican cellmate, mentor and lover, Joe pens the
hard-boiled play ‘White Man: Black Hole’. New York film producer,
Markie Mann, wanting to make the play into a film, pulls strings to
have Joe paroled and contracts him to write the screenplay for the
Fleur is Markie Mann’s beautiful
wife, a one-time hooker and ex-con, who can’t help but fall for
kindred spirit Joe. Their attraction is irresistible. Fleur is Joe’s
salvation and soul-mate. They are propelled on a journey of
obsession, guilt, and lust as Joe struggles between the pull of
heroin, his violent impulses and the desire to redeem himself in the
eyes of his estranged twin daughters.
A bad man trying to be good,
the more he tries to do right, the more goes wrong. He is sent in a
tail spin. Out of control, Joe One-Way soon discovers that life on
the outside may be too dangerous even for him.