|Directed by||Lisa Mulcahy|
|Produced by||Dominic Dromgoole
Alexandra BreedeEmilie Jouffroy
|Written by||Bruce Mcleod|
Akbur KurthaMariam Husque
Undercliffe is a 2018 British drama written by Bruce Mcleod, directed by Lisa Mulcahy and produced by Dominic Dromgoole. It stars Laurie Kynaston, Esme Creed-Mile, Mark Addy, Stephanie Hyam, Akbur Kurtha and Mariam Husque. The film tells the story of a man who wakes up with no memory of who he is. It engages with the working class and Asian communities in the North of England and was shot on location in Bradford.
- Laurie Kynaston as Stevie
- Esme Creed-Miles as Sister
- Mark Addy as Stevie's Dad
- Stephanie Hyam as Jess
- Mariam Husque as Meena
- Akbur Kurtha as Khalid
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