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New quad poster arrives for The Pass

Russell Tovey stars in the film adaptation of the play of the same name.

The Pass
Credit: Lionsgate

A new quad poster has been released for The Pass.

Starring Russell Tovey (Looking, Being Human, The History Boys) and Arinze Kene, The Pass is the British drama debut for director Ben A. Williams. It also stars Nico Mirallegro and Lisa McGrillis.

It is adapted for the screen by John Donnelly from his hit play first presented at the Royal Court Theatre, and is produced by renowned British film producer Duncan Kenworthy (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually, The Eagle).

The Pass is the story of three very different nights over 10 years in the life of a Premier League Footballer. Jason (Russell Tovey) is at the beginning of his career, and on the night before his first big international match he and long-time friend and team-mate Ade (Arinze Kene) share a hotel room, trying to beat the inevitable pre-match tensions with locker-room banter and teenage high-jinks. Out of nowhere Jason kisses Ade. The emotional repercussions of this pass, and the decisions that follow on and off the pitch, have a major impact on every aspect of the public and private lives of both men across the next decade, in a sporting world where image is everything.

The Pass will be released in the UK by Lionsgate Films on 9th December 2016.

Take a look at the new poster and the trailer for the movie below:

The Pass

Credit: Lionsgate

 

 

 

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