1234 Trailer

1234 Trailer (2008)

"step one - learn three chords, step two - form a band." 01 January 2008

Ian Bonar is Stevie, a wannabe musician whose look is a hybrid of Jarvis Cocker and early Elvis Costello. Working with his drummer pal Neil (Matthew Baynton) in a call centre, they dream of breaking into the indie music scene. To do this they require additional band members. Step forward the driven (and drinking) guitarist Billy (Kieran Bew) and slightly scatty bassist Emily (Lyndsey Marshal), who has a sideline in making sculpture from hair.

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Cast

Ian Bonar

as stevie

Kieran Bew

as Billy Nixon

Brendan Hughes

as Gallery Owner

Crew

Giles Borg

Director

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 01 January 2008

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