Pelican Blood

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Pelican Blood
Pelican Blood FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Karl Golden
Produced by Robert Bernstein
Douglas Rae
John McDonnell
Screenplay by Cris Cole
Based on Pelican Blood
by Cris Freddi
Starring Arthur Darvill
Oona Chaplin
Harry Treadaway
Emma Booth
Music by Niall Byrne
Cinematography Darran Tiernan
Edited by Martin Brinkler
Production
company
Running time
94 min
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Pelican Blood is a 2010 film which premiered at the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival. It is a low-budget film, shot in a freewheeling style, directed by Karl Golden, adapted from Cris Freddi's novel by Cris Cole. The two main protagonists, Nikko (Harry Treadaway), and Stevie (Emma Booth), are self-destructive people who have met through a suicide website. Nikko has an obsessive compulsive personality.

"Pelican Blood is a fraught drama about youthful angst and rebelliousness set (very incongruously) in the world of birdwatching... that evokes memories of Trainspotting...[It] doesn't really hang together. None the less, there is enough raw talent here to enable the film to take wing." [1]

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  1. ^ Geoffrey MacNab, The Independent, 18 June 2010