Rattlesnakes

Julius Amedume, USA/UK, 2019

85 minutes, English with no subtitles

Robert McQueen’s day takes a turn for the worst when he is held hostage and accused by three vengeful husbands of sleeping with their wives. He pleads his innocence, and what he does reveal will change all their lives forever. But will it be enough to save his?

DIRECTOR'S BIOGRAPHY

Julius Amedume began his film education with the black and white film noirs, comedies and musicals screened on BBC2 and Channel 4 each afternoon while he was home-schooled as a youngster due to illness. Film became his passion and he made his first short film at the tender age of 16. Years later after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree (BSC Hons) in communication and technology, his passion which was now a hobby transitioned into a career. Among Julius’s most rewarding work is the mentoring of young artists and facilitating workshops in schools and community centres. He regularly teaches at the National Film and Television School and has been a judge and panelist at a number of different film festivals.

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