The visually striking film is a witty blend of road-trip thriller and poignant family drama. By turns moving, funny and exhilarating, Abraham's Point takes Comet (Mackenzie Crook) on a journey of redemption from the dark streets of London back to the stunning landscapes of Wales and to the little coastal village where his parents still live. Here in a shattering climax, we discover the dark secret that has haunted Comet for so long.
Abraham's Point is written and directed by Wyndham Price and stars Mackenzie Crook (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Office) featuring Joseph Millson (Casino Royale), Harriet Walter (Atonement, Sense and Sensibility) and Mariah Gale (BBC's Hamlet, Skins).
Music for the film is by John Hardy, with additional music by John Hardy and Hugh Fowler. It was recorded by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and guest artists.
Watch the 'making of' video and find out more at the Abraham's Point website.
Footage from the BAFTA screening, featuring Kevin McCloud, Keeley Hawes and journalist Dave Berry. The films are at www.abrahamspoint.com/news.
"I absolutely adore the film, totally beautiful"
Keeley Hawes (Spooks, Ashes to Ashes)
"a poetic, moving film... beautiful"
Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs)