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Some Girls Wander

Director Geoff Woodbridge
Starring Jade Mark and Keith Parr

A chance meeting of two unlikely characters from different generations, experience and gender find comfort within each other’s conflicting viewpoints on life, whilst struggling with their circumstance of living on the street. Their dark paths are about to be uncovered, but what you'll find under the surface is a realm of dialogue fuelled with film reference.

Child abuse, mental illness and homelessness are shown through the eyes of an ex-cinema manager, who sees the world through cinematic moments, and despite being difficult subject matters, are represented through dark comedy.

Some Girls Wander shows just how easy it is to become homeless - we are all just two pay checks away from a life on the street and can enter at any point with a twist of circumstance.
Winner of ‘Best Feature Film’ at Brighton Rocks International Film Festival 2019 and screened at Byline & Curious Arts Festival 2019.Age Guidance: 12+

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