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Fresh Ink – Boot (2012)
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Boot (2012)


Read the ScriptRead the Original Monologue

BOOT

A night out with best friends ends in tragedy, recriminations and a terrible secret. Can you save a friendship with a lie?

Writer Joanna Erskine talks about the writing and making of BOOT below (spoilers!)
Starring:

Meegan Warner as Dana
Lucy Coleman as Julia

Directed by Damien Power

Adaptation by Joanna Erskine and Damien Power, from the original monologue, BOOT, by Joanna Erskine.

Producer: Bec Cubitt
Co-Producers: Eleanor Winkler & Eva Di Blasio

Cinematographer: Simon Chapman
Production Designer: Andrew ‘Undi’ Lee
Editor: Nikki Stevens
Sound Designer: Sasha Zastavnikovic
Composer: Brendan Woithe
Executive Producer for atyp: Dan Prichard

Watch the original monologue, BOOT, also written by Joanna Erskine, below.

Watch BAT EYES, also by Damien Power, here

 
 
 

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