In a park during Autumn 1985, a dishevelled businessman sits alone on a bench and contemplates life at the bottom of a bottle. A new mother dreams of happily ever after and a pedantic old lady eats alone. All go about their usual routines, but today is different; today is not just another day. After an encounter with a little girl on a tricycle, a sudden emergency forces the three strangers together, where they must confront a life-changing event…

  • Marc Robert Pearce
    Under The Jericho Sun
  • Paul Ritchie Tomkinson
    Snowflake, Boorskale
  • Marc Robert Pearce
    Foxtrot One One, Under The Jericho Sun
  • Steve Langridge
    Under The Jericho Sun, Playing Away
  • Fleur de Henrie
    Under The Jericho Sun
  • Vincent Woods
    Key Cast
    The Loss Adjuster, Harrigan, People Politics and Planes
  • Emma Grace Arends
    Key Cast
    Peppa Pig: My First Christmas Experience, Longtails, Across the Pond,
  • Jill Stanford
    Key Cast
    Johnny Two Shoes, Mother
  • Lottie Lawton
    Key Cast
    The Surgeon, The Thing About Girls
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Black Comedy, Arthouse
  • Runtime:
    37 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 9, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 EUR
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    HD Digital 2K
  • Aspect Ratio:
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Marc Robert Pearce

Marc is an award-winning film director and co-owner of Braybrook Productions. His work includes -

Producer & Director of Photography 'UNTITLED' Donal McIntyre Project (2020), Technical Consultant & Director of Photography MURDER AT THE COTTAGE (2019), Director of Photography (Documentary) ABSOLUTE TRUTH (Braybrook Productions - 2018), Writer, Director UNDER THE JERICHO SUN (Braybrook Productions 2017), Consultant and Additional Footage SHEPHERDS BUSH MURDERS (2016), Editor (Musical) - DANIEL IN BABYLON (2014), Writer, Director (Drama - Film) FOXTROT ONE (Braybrook Productions 2014)

Since holding his first VHS camera at the age of 10, Marc has been obsessed with the idea of entertainment. Marc has acted in, directed, designed, and produced dozens of productions, from plays to musicals. He has honed his skills and craft from every angle that he possibly could, including professional photography, but Marc has consistently felt the pull of film. His debut drama feature project achieved a significant level of recognition with leading industry professionals.

His stylistic qualities can be felt in all of his productions from the set design to the tone. For Marc, everything you see is vital; and without knowing, it’s the things you don’t even see, that make it the complete experience.

Marc seeks to create, visually stunning pieces with heart. He has an innate instinct for knowing exactly what you want as a viewer, what you want to see, and how you want to be made to feel.

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Director Statement

Despite the daunting prospect of producing a film under COVID restrictions, the unwavering determination to tell the story of Tricycle on-screen outweighed all of these hurdles. As soon as my Producer; Fleur felt we could film safely, we were determined to go ahead. With a cast and crew who shared the same ethos, the film was shot. It was adapted, developed, cast, crewed and filmed within three-months, throughout late 2020.

We would love for Tricycle to reach audiences as far and wide as by possible and hope it gains recognition. There is a very true and real message within this story. I don’t think that you could see this film and not be affected by the characters and their journeys. We wanted to create a film that took the original story and then dug deeper into the characters, picked at the edges to see what was underneath.

What would be revealed? A multi-layer piece that visually unravels as you watch it. A film that certainly doesn’t do all the work but allows the audience to join up the dots. One thing I will say is watch out… as all is certainly not what it appears to be!”