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Almost Saw the Sunshine

Country: UK, Language: English, 30 mins

  • Director: Leon Lopez
  • Writer: Leon Lopez
  • Producer: Ashley Campbell; Leon Lopez

CGiii Comment

Seriously...this could be a feature!

As a short film, it packs an almighty punch.

Startling and heartbreaking.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Whilst juggling a turbulent home life, with an estranged father and alcoholic mother, trainee accountant Rachel is a career driven, transgender woman who is too busy for love. After a series of coincidental encounters with handsome Nathan, she impulsively takes a chance on a one night stand. When cracks begin to appear, and Nathan struggles with his attraction towards Rachel, she chooses to end the affair, leading to disastrous consequences.

Cast & Characters

Elizabeth Carling as Carol;
Craig Stein as Nathan;
Leon Lopez as Nathan's Friend;
Neil Reidman as George;
Patrick Knowles as Chris;
Lisa Gorgin as Teacher;
Alexander Theo as Mj;
Munroe Bergdorf as Rachel