United Kingdom, 2019

Director/writer: Karl Golden; cinematography: Jalaludin Trautmann; editing: Martin Brinkler; music: Anne Nikitin; production design: Nina Topp; producer: Katie Hodgkin; production companies: Ipso Facto Productions, Angry Bear in association with Onsight;

Running time: 95’

Cast: Diarmaid Murtagh, Woody Norman, Seun Shote, Scarlett Alice Johnson



Daniel is a man without a home. Following a tragedy, he left his wife and drifted into life on the street. His sole companion is a dog called Bruno. After Daniel is assaulted one night, Bruno goes missing. As Daniel searches for him, he finds Izzy, a boy who has run away from home. Over a single day and night, Daniel and Izzy search the streets of London for Bruno. Forming an emotional bond in the face of danger. Each step of their journey taking them closer to home and offering the possibility of redemption. 



Karl Golden studied at Trinity College Dublin and the Dublin Institute of Technology. His debut feature The Honeymooners (2004) premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh and was presented at the inaugural IrishFilmFesta in 2007. Films he has directed since include the IFTA-nominated Belonging to Laura (2009) and Pelican Blood (2010).