You know what they say about your past, no one can run away from it, it will catch up on you at some point. Even the quietest parts of Pembrokeshire Wales can save you like in the UK Trailer for British darkly comedic The Toll.
Today Signature Entertainment have sent us over the promo which stars Michael Smiley. A man with a criminal past who decides to take a lonely job on Wales most quietest toll both. His past actions finally catch up on him, forcing him to enlist for help from some unlikely people as the police get suspicious.
You can see debut filmmaker Ryan Andrew Hooper have taken inspiration from the likes of The Coen Brothers for his debut. Michael Smiley is perfect as the man with the past straight faced, dry wit.
On the Pembrokeshire border, a man (Smiley) working solo shifts in the quietest toll booth in Wales, hides from a criminal past where nobody would ever look. As his past actions catch up with him and his peace is shattered, he enlists the help of local ne’er-do-wells and oddballs, including a female Elvis impersonator, rampaging triplets and disgruntled sheep farmers, while village police officer Catrin (Elwy) grows increasingly suspicious…
With an all-star cast of British talent, The Toll is a deliciously dark journey into the wild west of Wales from debut director Ryan Andrew Hooper.
The film also stars Iwan Rheon, Paul Kaye, Annes Elwy, Steve Oram (Sightseers) and Julian Glover (The Empire Strikes Back, For Your Eyes Only).
The Toll will be released in UK and Irish cinemas as well as on premium digital from 27th August.