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PIXIE

“Shall we go see the big scary drug dealer now?”

Available to Download & Keep on the 15th February
and on DVD and rental formats from the 1st March

Paramount Pictures Presents An Ingenious and Fragile Films Production, with support from Northern Ireland Screen

Directed by Barnaby Thompson
Screenplay by Preston Thompson
Produced by Barnaby Thompson and James Clayton
Executive Producers Peter Touche and Samantha Allwinton

Cast: Olivia Cooke (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl), Ben Hardy (Bohemian Rhapsody), Daryl McCormack (Peaky Blinders), Colm Meaney (Star Trek), Dylan Moran (Black Books), Chris Walley (The Young Offenders) and Alec Baldwin (30 Rock).

Pixie (Cooke) wants to avenge her mother’s death by masterminding a heist, but her plans go awry and she finds herself on the run with two young men (Hardy, McCormack) who are way out of their depth being chased across the Wild Irish countryside by gangsters. She has to pit her wits against everyone, taking on the patriarchy to claim the right to shape her own life.

Pixie is available to Download & Keep 15th February and on DVD 1st March. 
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