FOLLOW THE CROWS
WHEN YOU HAVE NOTHING, SOMETHING IS EVERYTHING
"Stand out performances... Dialogue is sparse, exposition is minimal but the story is rich and well told."
- Mark O'Donnell, Devizine
"Secker’s style combined with Osbourne’s score successfully evokes a spine-tingling level of suspense."
- Claire Dukes, The Ocelot
"A dyspian thriller which absolutely astounds, teetering with suspense and invigorating pensiveness."
- Darren Worrow, Index: Wiltshire
Long after the end of the world people wander the fields and woods that once housed the cities of Britain, in search of food, warmth and anything that may help them survive.
One of these survivors is The Man (Max Curtis, The Dad), haunted by the terrible deeds he did in his youth, he isolates himself from human contact. However, when he finds a Woman (Daniella Faircloth, ONUS) in need of his help he inadvertently begins a relationship that will teach them both what it is to be human again. Meanwhile, a crazed Killer (Marcus Starr, What Price Solitude) stalks his victims, picking them off one by one, in a desperate search for vengeance and closure.
A post-apocalyptic thriller, with strong elements of horror and drama, Follow The Crows is an unsettling look at a world stripped of technology and society, of humanity and the people who inhabit this bleak, uncompromising and often violent world. When you have nothing, something is everything.