Ritah, a gay Ugandan asylum seeker, is forced to flee her marriage of convenience and must squat as she struggles to survive in London with only a knife for protection.
She meets Alojzy, a Polish laborer, also squatting in the desolated freezing house.
“Anna-Maria Nabirye’s measured and intriguing performance as Ritah brings a depth to her character that resonates beneath the subtle writing, Joseph Olivennes’ quiet humour gives Alojzy an honesty that is disarming.”
A short film written by Isobel Mascarenhas-Whitman and produced by Image Fiction Films
Typeone also worked on the music, sound and graphic design for the film.