Double Bill: Far From The Apple Tree / Night Kaleidoscope

Grant McPhee, 2019/2017, 85/83 mins

A Grant McPhee Double Feature for $6.66.

Scottish director Grant McPhee has a tangible style, and although both films are very different you will see clear parallels in the entrancing aesthetics of both features.

Far From The Apple Tree

Unnervingly beautiful / beautifully unnerving pop-art fairytale , starring Sorcha Groundsell (The Innocents) and Victoria Liddell (Outlaw King).  A struggling art student who lands a dream job working for a renowned and somewhat sinister visual artist; who’s dead daughter bears more than a passing resemblance to her new assistant…

“Disorientating and hallucinatory. Sorcha Groundsell is stunning”

Followed by

Night Kaleidoscope

A dark, psychedelic, and supernatural noir… with vampires. Edinburgh’s cobbled back streets transform into a dark dreamscape brimming with supernatural menace. Fion, a cynical psychic investigator, must take powerful drugs to boost his waning abilities; inducing visions that will allow him to track down a pair of vampires who are terrorising the nocturnal population.

“a sleek and ultra stylish vampire flick… accompanied by a brooding and engaging score”