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Tartan Noir, digital feature film TimeLock starring John C Gilmour

John C Gilmour stars in micro budget, Tartan-noir feature film 'TimeLock'

John C Gilmour stars in acclaimed, Tartan-noir feature film TimeLock

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www.timelockthemovie.com TimeLock is a tartan-Noir, crime drama about a botched robbery, a safe that won’t open and lives that have gone off the tracks.
“Engaging, menacing, stunning, memorable” Peter Swindon – The Courier
“Beautifully shot, gritty Scottish thriller” Kirsten Johnson – Mail on Sunday
The feature film, TimeLock stars John C Gilmour and Alton Milne, whose performance BBC Scotland’s Janice Forsyth on the ‘Culture Studio’ described as compelling like a “young Harvey Keitel”. TimeLock also features performances from Leo Horsfield, Danielle Stewart, Jess-Luisa Flynn, Hamish Wilson, Natalie Clark, Lauren Lammar and Stephen Cleland.
TimeLock was written and directed by David Griffith and produced by Inge Sorensen and David Griffith for TimeLock Media Ltd. The film was shot in Dumfries and Glasgow, Scotland.
The music to TimeLock was composed and performed by Scottish Album of the Year Award Winner 2013 RM Hubbert together with bass-hero, Howie Reeve and Rafe Fitzpatrick.
TimeLock Synopsis:
Mark Kerr is a jaded hotel manager with a gambling addiction, sleepwalking through his life, until he is targeted by criminals and forced to participate in a jewellery heist at the conference hotel where he works. Held through the night in the basement of the hotel, waiting for the time-lock on the safe to open, Mark’s prospects of surviving his ordeal take a deadly turn when his captor realises he has met Mark before.

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Watch this innovative Scottish crime thriller on Distrify. If you like psychological thrillers that make you think and stay with you then watch ‘TimeLock’. It’s an innovative Scottish, micro-budget movie with an expressionist aesthetic that plays with film language and zigs when you think it will zag. Perfect for cinephiles and crime aficionados alike.

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