1hr 31mins

Molly Manning Walker's critically-lauded debut feature is a vital meditation on sex, consent and suffocating societal pressures, as three teenage girls embark on a formative holiday to Malia.

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Molly Manning Walker
Sexual violence, strong language, sex, sex references, drug misuse

After finishing their GCSEs, a trio of teenage girls – Tara (Mia McKenna-Bruce), Ema (Eva Lewis) and Skye (Lara Peake) – head to Malia for a formative Greek getaway.

Settling into their accomadation, they meet their keen new neighbours for the holiday – including party lads Badger (Shaun Thomas) and Paddy (Samuel Bottomley).

Heading out onto the strip, Tara faces the alarmingly hedonistic holiday lifestyle of non-stop partying and sex, which soon spirals into a devastating nightmare.

An essential cinematic conversation around consent, friendship and the fraught journey of coming-of-age, this stunning debut feature from Molly Manning Walker – who also acted as the cinematographer on Charlotte Regan’s warm-hearted indie hit Scrapper – was the worthy recipient of the Un Certain Regard prize at the 2023 Cannes film festival.

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