The Pass  



Sometimes winning means losing yourself.

The Pass (2016)

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Two young professional soccer players share a hotel room the night before their first big game. Out of nowhere, one kisses the other. The impact of this 'pass' reverberates through the next ten years of their lives - a decade of fame and failure, secrets and lies, in a sporting world where image is everything.

Director: Ben A. Williams
Writer: John Donnelly

Release Date: 2016-03-16
Status: Released
Run time: 87 min / 1:27
Production Company : Toledo Productions
Production Country: United Kingdom
Release Date: 2016-03-16
Status: Released
Run time: 87 min / 1:27

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Casts

Russell Tovey
as Jason
Arinze Kene
as Ade
Lisa McGrillis
as Lyndsey
Nico Mirallegro
as Harry
Rory J. Saper
as Bellboy

Crew

Production Duncan Kenworthy Producer
Production Kurban Kassam Co-Producer
Directing Ben A. Williams Director
Production Charles Moore Executive Producer
Writing John Donnelly Screenplay
Writing John Donnelly Theatre Play
Crew Chris O'Driscoll Cinematography

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  • Russell Tovey is commanding as a repressed gay footballer in John Donnelly's witty but finally overdone new play

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  • The Pass should prise open debate across the UK, reaching into dark corners of the national psyche which are persistently, stubbornly homophobic. Young audiences in particular may warm to its actors – Tovey, ably supported by expressive newcomer Arinze Kene, Lisa McGrillis, and an irrepressible performance by Nico Mirallegro.