Boy in the Back Seat
13 minutes | Short Film | LBFF Favourites |
Director - Scott Pickup
1986. A young boy is left unattended in the car while his volatile dad takes care of some 'business' in a dodgy local pub. What could possibly go wrong?
A bold, edgy and urgent film about toxic masculinity and the damage we pass on to the next generation.
Scott Pickup is a writer, director and content creator.
Scott is a multi-award-winning creative who has made work for major international broadcasters (Sony, NBC Universal, Viacom, ITV) and runs his own creative agency (www.duckthunder.com).
"There are just some ideas, moments, stolen bits of conversation that stick with you. Things you can't shake off. Those are the things I make films about.
I'm passionate about real people in extraordinary situations. Working class stories with heart, humour and a little dash of darkness."
Exact runtime: 12 minutes 49 seconds
Triggers/explicit content: Strong language, reference to violence.