Johnny  is  stuck  in  the  past.  Desperate  for  understanding  or  revenge, he organises a reunion party as a ruse to lure his old friends into a trap. The music is pumping, the drugs are up for grabs, and he’s ready to welcome, a houseful of guests. As time wears on and the wine flows, it seems this might be a smaller gathering than anticipated; there are just four guests so far and each has a score to settle… if there’s any food to be served, retribution will definitely be top of the menu.

As well as starring in the lead role, this gritty and gripping tale, is Writer/Director Anton Saunder’s debut feature film.You may recognise Anton from his role as Henry Masden in the first series of Luther, or the BAFTA-nominated and Palme d’Or-winning film, The Most Beautiful Man in the World, as well as appearances in the likes of Top Boy (C4), Wallander (BBC) and The Musketeers (BBC).

This is the next step for Anton and his long time collaborator and Producer Philippa Cooper, having staged a number of plays together, over the last decade.

This new home grown British drama, was made in the best traditions of the innovative British Indie film scene, with the help of students and non-professional actors alike and is already creating a buzz and gaining some great reviews, from both Time Out and BBC London. – PRESS RELEASE for FOUREVER MOVIE



I already listed this as a must see at the Raindance film festival 2014. British independent cinema through and through, it’s so important to support grass root projects in order for the industry to continue to thrive.

Click the link above or below to book tickets for the last screening on Sunday 5th October!!!


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