Attack of the Herbals
|Attack of the Herbals|
|Directed by||David Keith|
|Written by||Alisdair Cook |
The film is about a group of locals who try to save Lobster Cove, their sleepy village, from disruption caused by a plan to build a new supermarket complex.
Set in a small Scottish village named Lobster Cove, the local community is enraged when a retailer is granted permission to build their supermarket complex on a nature spot. A crate is discovered washed up on shore and one of the group makes tea out of it.
Some of the local residents band together to create a herbal-tea cottage industry as a way to raise funds to fight the retailer. The tea proves incredibly popular and with its rejuvenating properties the elderly are finding a new lease of life. Unfortunately, there are side-effects.
- Calum Booth as Jackson McGregor
- Claire McCulloch as Jenny Robertson
- Steve Worsley as Russell Wallace
- Richard Currie as Steve Roadrunner Robertson
- Liam Matheson as Bennett Campbell
- Lee Hutcheon as Danny the Pincer
Camelot Entertainment Group have gained distribution rights to Attack of the Herbals. Darknight Pictures, a division of Camelot Entertainment, confirmed they were to auction Attack of the Herbals at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
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