Ten (2013 film)

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Ten
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Sometimes the truth is not welcome
Directed by Craig Wyting
Produced by Darren Cook
Written by Craig Wyting
Starring Colin Vidler, Claire Walmsley, Dan Howard
Music by Paul Johnson
Cinematography Jonathan Kemp
Production
company
2 Blokes Films
Distributed by Amazon Prime
Release date
  • 1 December 2016 (2016-12-01)
Running time
118 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Ten is a British action drama film, directed and written by Craig Wyting, starring Colin Burt Vidler, Claire Walmsley, Danny Howard. The film was mostly shot at the Hythe area of the town of Colchester. The film is loosely based on the author's experiences as a soldier in the British Army, and examines how society treats former soldiers.[1]

The film was produced by previous winner of the Coup de Coeur at the Cannes Film Festival, Darren Cook of Scruffy Bear Pictures. The cast and crew volunteered their time to work on the production, with any money raised to be split between military charities, the Royal British Legion, the Invicta Foundation and 353.[2]

Plot[edit]

The film's plot centers on a Company Sergeant Major who is on his tenth tour, and is about to leave the Army.[3]

Cast[edit]

  • Colin Burt Vidler as Company Sergeant Major Glenn Knox
  • Claire Walmsley as Cassie Read
  • Chris Martin Hill as color sergeant fletcher
  • Danny Howard as John
  • David Jon as Sergeant Morgan
  • Mitch Hill as Sergeant Philips
  • Kumud Pant as Insurgent

Release[edit]

The film was released on the Amazon Prime platform on 1 December 2016.[4]

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