A Patch of Fog is an unnerving thriller, a modern-day morality tale, and a kind of anti-bromance detailing the relationship between a mildly kleptomaniacal professor and a more-than-mildly troubled security guard.
Sandy Duffy (Conleth Hill, Game of Thrones) leads a comfortable life in Belfast. He is a university professor and a regular guest on a popular television arts program, and his one novel, though published many years ago, is still in print and regarded a classic. But Sandy has a habit of nicking things. Shoplifting has become the one little thrill in his overly domesticated life — but when Sandy gets caught by security guard Robert (Stephen Graham, Boardwalk Empire), that life is turned inside out.
A tense neo-noir thriller, A Patch Of Fog won the Northern Ireland Screen Commission New Talent Award for Best Screenplay 2012. It’s production is supported by Northern Ireland Screen, the BFI Film Fund and The Fyzz Facility.
Starring Stephen Graham, Conleth Hill and Lara Pulver.
The film is the debut feature of the BAFTA winning and Oscar nominated director MICHAEL LENNOX
Producers: ROBERT JONES , WAYNE MARC GODFREY and DAVID GILBERY
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