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Submarine

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International title Submarine
Section 49 edición - Enfants Terribles
Country Reino Unido
Year 2010
Format 35mm.
Color / B&W Color
Running time 97 min.
Original language Inglés
Director Richard Ayoade
Screenplay Richard Ayoade
Film Editing Nick Fenton, Chris Dickens
Photography Erik Wilson
Music Alex Turner, Andrew Hewitt
Art direction Saraj Pasquali
Costume Hannah Walter
Production Mary Burke, Mark Herbert, Andy Stebbing
Production design Gary Williamson
Cast Paddy Considine (Graham Purvis), Noah Taylor (Lloyd Tate), Craig Roberts (Oliver Tate, Yasmin Page (Jordana Bevan), Sally Hawkins (Jill Tate)
Producer Warp Films
Distribution Company Protagonist Pictures
Synopsis The film tells the story of an adolescent called Oliver and his daily life, marked by the delicate state of his parent’s marriage. The parents, watch with complete impotence how their sentimental life vanishes with their sexual life. Things get more complicated when a previous lover of Oliver’s mother moves into the neighbourhood, and starts flirting with her, something which infuriates the young fellow, who tries by all means possible to prevent them from getting back together. On the other hand, the boy’s life in school is not too encouraging either, given that so far his relentless efforts to become popular have been unsuccessful. Although most of his friends are unable to understand his complex personality, he manages to get the attention of Jordana, a school mate for whom he craves.
Director bio Richard Ayoade is a British actor, writer and director. He was born in London in 1977 and studied Law at Cambridge, where he began his acting career. In 2004 Ayoade co-created and directed Channel 4’s spoof horror comedy series Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace, in which he also appeared. This was followed with a sequel series Man to Man with Dean Lerner which Richard directed and co-wrote. Ayoade has made music videos for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Super Furry Animals, Kasabian, Last Shadow Puppets , Vampire Weekend and the Arctic Monkeys, and he also directed the feature-length film of the Alatter's concert at the Apollo, released in 2008.