The Awkward Conversations We Have Launches – ‘Son, We’re Swingers’

The cast of the series opener, 'Son, We're Swingers'. Left to right: Gary McKinven, Angela Bell, Ethan Chapman and Stuart Packer. Photo by www.willfahy.co.uk

The cast of the series opener, ‘Son, We’re Swingers’. Left to right: Gary McKinven, Angela Bell, Ethan Chapman and Stuart Packer. Photo by www.willfahy.co.uk

The Awkward Conversations We Have is a series of six short comedy/drama films shot with no budget in and around Glastonbury and Street in Somerset, UK. Written by Arran Dutton (www.arrandutton.com) and directed by James Barber (www.barbster360.com), the dialogue driven series explores awkward conversations that may well have taken place somewhere on this crazy planet of ours, though the producers hope the one on show in their upcoming film Necrophilia hasn’t. The YouTube link above showcases our first release, Son, We’re Swingers, which hopefully you will enjoy. If so, please subscribe and share the link to those who you feel may like what’s going on here.  Keep up to date on the official Facebook page or by visiting www.awkwardconversations.co.uk Cast: Angela Bell, Stuart Packer, Ethan Chapman and Gary McKinven. For more information including contact details for the cast, please email contact@arrandutton.com

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