Scales (2019 film)
Scales is an upcoming UK psychological thriller directed by Nathan Hannawin, written by Joe Harvey, and starring Kamal Simpson, Nicola Roffe, Anthony Vander and Kane Surry. The film was crowdfunded through Indiegogo.
Scales is a tense, claustrophobic drama that spends one evening with four characters, who are trapped in a combustible boiling pot of an apartment.
- Kamal Simpson as Keith
- Nicola Roffe as Maria
- Anthony Vander as Darnell
- Kane Surry as Adam
Scales is the first narrative feature film from Hannawin, following his documentary debut Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain.
Hannawin explained that he turned to Indigogo to fund the film, stating “Crowdfunding is an excellent platform for young and independent artists to get their work out there." The project's raised over it’s original goal of £5000. 
Filming took place over 14 days around Whitechapel in London, England. The majority of the film was shot in a single location at Duke of Wellington pub. During an interview with Verve Radio, director Hannawin explained his view on shooting a single location film, saying "There are a lot of films that have been primarily shot in one room. I wanted to take our location and make the location a character. It doesn’t need to be a epic outdoor film to be a really good story.” 
Scales is scheduled to be released on September 15, 2019.
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