Morphine by Robert Bertrand | Script Revolution




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After the brutal stabbing of her eldest son, single mother Bianca is in search for the perpetrators but fears she is fighting a losing battle holding onto the ones she loves the most.

The film is a contemporary piece and visual piece exploring the growing rate of knife crime but from alternative points of views such as the victims parents and looking at the aftermath. Furthermore universal themes such as relationships, parenting, sexuality and peer pressure and looking at how external influence such as social media etc can play a huge part in the younger generation and the obstacles they face.

BTS of previous film Morning Glory
Submitted: December 28, 2018
Last Updated: December 28, 2018

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The Writer: Robert Bertrand

When not still dreaming of being the WWE world heavyweight champion, Robert has acting and writing experience in theatre, film and TV in addition to his directing credentials. He spent two years training on the Second Light filmmaking scheme funded by the UK film council. As an actor, he has worked on productions such as BBC's Silent Witness, Austrian TV drama 'Der Swarze Lovre' and numerous short films. His theatre credits include performing at the Soho and Almedia Theatres working with playwrights such as Barrie Keefe and Roy Williams. Most recently he toured around Northern Ireland for the theatre production Arrivals 2 produced by Terra Nova Productions. As a writer, Robert has... Go to bio