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NARRATIVE SHORT | 10 MIN | 2011

THE RIDE

On a deserted country road, a student happily accepts a ride back to town. However, the day takes a turn for the worst when the driver gives voice to disturbing thoughts. An uncomfortable conversation between strangers quickly becomes terrifying when the driver's psychotic nature is revealed. Frightened and intimidated, the student finds himself in a situation from which there is no escape.

Film Information
Year: 2011
Length: 10 minutes
Language: English
Country: U.K.
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Anthony LaPaglia, Ed Speleers, Emer Kenny
Director: Marion Pilowsky
Screenwriter: Marion Pilowsky
Producer: Rosie Newall
Editor: Jo-Anne Dixon
Composer: Luis Almau
Cinematographer: Catherine Derry
Sound: Jonathan Mitchell
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About the Director(s)
MARION PILOWSKY was born in Sheffield, England, migrated to Sydney as a young child, and grew up in Adelaide. She currently lives in London. The Ride is Pilowsky's directorial debut after many years working as a producer. She is addicted to reality television and is currently seeking help to overcome this.

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