23 Walks

Showings

CAFILM STREAMING ROOM Fri, Oct 9 - Sun, Oct 18
Film Info
Section:World Cinema
Country:UK
Year:2020
Running Time:102 min.
Premiere Status:North American
Language:English
Director:Paul Morrison
Producer:Anna Mohr-Pietsch
Stewart Le Maréchal
Maggie Monteith
Screenwriter:Paul Morrison
Cinematographer:David Katznelson
Cast:Dave Johns
Alison Steadman
Note Writer:Diane de Monx

Description

Screening note: This digital screening is available to view between 12:01am PT, Friday, October 9, and 11:59pm PT, Sunday, October 18, and is available to ticket buyers and passholders within the state of California.

 

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Over the course of 23 dog walks across the four dynamically changing seasons of north London, two senior singletons and their personable pooches—Dave and his German Shepherd, Tilly; Fern and her Yorkshire Terrier, Henry—slowly evolve from strangers to sweethearts. A rocky first encounter where the two dedicated dog walkers quibble over leash etiquette eventually leads to gentler run-ins along their favorite nature paths. When happenstance shifts to deliberate meetings, Dave and Fern’s conversations get deeper just as their walks extend longer. As the prospect of romance blossoms in front of them, can Dave, Fern, Tilly, and Henry start a life together as one, or will carefully guarded secrets prevent this union from forming? The palpable chemistry and effortless charm generated by Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake, MVFF39) and Alison Steadman (Life Is Sweet, MVFF14) fill every frame of this heartwarming, emotionally resonant love story from Oscar®-nominated director Paul Morrison (Solomon & Gaenor, MVFF22).

 

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Additional Information

Paul Morrison has a distinguished track record as a drama and documentary filmmmaker. His first feature film, Solomon & Gaenor, was nominated for an Oscar® for Best Foreign Language Film in 2000 and won the Welsh BAFTA® for Best Film in 2001. He is represented in America by Paradigm, Los Angeles.