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Stay Inside 2: Vincent's Revenge

Jason and Dean are best friends, they have lived together since leaving school. However, 3 years ago, their friendship was tested when someone from their past paid them a visit. Vincent Faith. He escaped from Prison, wanting to take back a memory stick Dean stole from him. On that memory stick, was footage placing Dean and Jason at a scene of a drug deal. He tied them up, and tortured them. He played sickening games with them. Jason saw his opportunity and fought back, managing to escape. Then in a quick spat of rage, Dean stabbed Vincent, killing him. However, when the police arrived the body was gone. But the question was is he dead? Or is he alive? Now, Dean and Jason have secluded themselves. Hiding away from the past. Trying to move on with their lives. But, just as they thought things were going well, the events begin to replay themselves. Is this just Dean’s mind playing tricks, or is Vincent back for revenge.

  • joshua Griffiths
    (One Mistake, Stay Inside)
  • joshua Griffiths
    (One Mistake, Stay Inside, Grief)
    One Mistake, Escape, Stay Inside, Tetanus
  • joshua Griffiths
    Key Cast
    "Vincent Faith"
    (Long Way Home, Escape, One Mistake)
  • Jordan Shaw
    Key Cast
    ESCAPE, Stay Inside
  • Ryan Corry
    Key Cast
    One Mistake, Stay Inside
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  • Runtime:
    1 hour 53 minutes 54 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    September 20, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    800 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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Director Biography - joshua Griffiths

Joshua Griffiths is 21 years old, he has directed many films within him production company JJR FILMS. He has also worked as a teacher within Pauline Quirke Academy, where he has written a film called The Melody. That not only got highly recommended at the empire film festival, but has also recently been accepted into the Birmingham film festival and going to be shown.

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Director Statement

Hi. I like to make my films to be completely different to each other, I like them all to have an edge. I like to direct each actor individually, by showing them physically what I want. I'm not afraid to retake a shot as many times as needed, and I am a big fan of one shot wonders. I like to push my actors to their limits, to not only make the film look good, but also show them what they can do as actors.