Say it with Flowers is the story of Leila (Eve Myles), a young woman who's lost her way in life. She works in an all-night petrol station close to a suspension bridge. One day a huge bouquet of flowers is delivered to her doorstep. Her romantic longing and lust for life is reawakened.
The film stars Eve Myles, now playing the lead role in BBC's Torchwood spin-off from Dr. Who, with a supporting cast including Steffan Rhodri (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows), Bradley Freegard (Human Traffic), John Pierce Jones (Brazil) and Kerry Stewart.
Filmed in Wales at Chepstow and Llantwit Major, Say It with Flowers was written by Chelsey King-Simpson, directed by Wyn Mason, filmed by Ray Orton and produced by Richard Staniforth. It was shown to an invited audience at Cardiff's Chapter Arts Centre to celebrate St. Valentine's Day, shown at the Celtic Film Festival and Cardiff Screen Festival and broadcast by the BBC.
Say It with Flowers was supported by Arts Council Wales with the Wales Screen Commission, Barcud Derwen, BBC Wales and Green Bay.