- 82 min
- Directed by: Kenneth Glenaan
- Written by: Hugh Ellis
- Cast: Robert Carlyle, Rachael Blake, Steve Evets, Michael Socha
- Website: www.sixteenfilms.co.uk
Shaun (Carlyle) looks after wheelchair bound Daz (Evets) in an impoverished ex-mining community in Derbyshire. Daz is mouthy, bitter and demanding while Shaun is silent, subservient and guilt-ridden – they clearly share past secrets. When Daz's health deteriorates, Shaun is forced to confront his past and his future with Daz's troubled son Daniel (Socha) and old girlfriend Katy (Blake). A grim but humourous portrait of platonic friendship.
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Reviews & features
Audio: Interview with film director Kenny Glenaan4 Dec 2008
You can listen here to an interview with film director Kenny Glenaan conducted by Film Editor of The List Paul Dale. Glenaan's most recent film, Summer is a forceful emotional drama starring Robert Carlyle as a man fixated by his own turbulent…
Summer27 Nov 2008
DRAMA There is no Shakespearean ‘eternal summer’ for Shaun (Robert Carlyle) and Daz (Steve Evets). Shaun looks after wheelchair bound Daz in an impoverished ex-mining community in Derbyshire. Daz is mouthy, bitter and demanding while Shaun is silent…
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