- Directed by: Douglas King
- Written by: Josie Long
- Cast: James Allenby-Kirk, Shabana Akhtar Bakhsh, Sean Biggerstaff
Clydebank librarian Josie (Josie Long) and Mikey (Sean Biggerstaff) are besotted with each other, but when the country plunges into a political crisis, things become very different.
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Josie Long stars in the mumble core comedy meets socio-political drama as a romance obsessed librarian in Glasgow. In the midst of an exciting new relationship she almost forgets about the mounting political turmoil and potential right wing coup. An exhiliarating and ambitious debut for director Douglas King and writer Josie Long. Described by Sight & Sound as ‘a portrait of the harshness of the abruptly changing world we live in.’
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Reviews & features
Josie Long on Super November: 'It's weirdly timely to the anxieties and uncertainties that everyone's feeling at the moment'5 Dec 2018
Comedy star and Edinburgh Fringe favourite discusses her Glasgow-shot debut feature
A mumblecore, twee romantic comedy that suddenly darkens into a dystopian, police state thriller, Super November is the hugely ambitious film debut of Glaswegian director Douglas King and its writer and star, comedian and Edinburgh Fringe favourite…
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