The Two Gay Geeks received this press release from our good friend Leigh at Finger-paint Film. This looks like a crazy film not to be missed. We hope you take a look at the press release and trailer below.
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Set deep in the Scottish Highlands, Boyz In The Wood is an anarchic cocktail of generational politics, hip-hop loving farmers, and hallucinogenic rabbit shites.
Dean, Duncan and DJ Beatroot are teenage pals from Glasgow who embark on the character-building camping trip-based on a real-life program-known as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, where foraging, teamwork and orienteering are the order of the day. Eager to cut loose and smoke weed in the Scottish Highlands, the trio finds themselves paired with straight-laced Ian, a fellow camper determined to play by the rules. After veering off-path into remote farmland that’s worlds away from their urban comfort zone, the boys find themselves hunted down by a shadowy force hell-bent on extinguishing their futures. From writer-director Ninian Doff-making his feature debut after a slew of award-winning music videos and short films for artists including Run the Jewels, Miike Snow, Migos, and Mykki Blanco -comes an anarchic cocktail of generational politics, hip-hop loving farmers, and hallucinogenic rabbit droppings that pits the youth of tomorrow against the status quo of yesterday. Boyz in the Wood stars Eddie Izzard, Kate Dickey, Georgie Glen, James Cosmo and a breakout young cast featuring Samuel Bottomley, Viraj Juneja, Rian Gordon, and Lewis Gribben.
Director: Ninian Doff
Executive Producers: Thomas Benski, Davud Karbassioun, Marisa Clifford, Tim Headington, Lia Buman, Richard Weinberg, Eddie Izzard
Producers: Matthew Plouffe, Tobey Maguire, Brian Coffey, Laura Tunstall
Screenwriter: Ninian Doff
TRT: 86 minutes
Distributor: Amazon Studios
Release Date: August 7, 2020 on Amazon Prime Video
“An off-the-hook black comedy.”
– Peter Debruge, Variety
“A hilarious retort to the critics of youth and a rousing late night movie for a new generation.”
– Joe Blessing, The Playlist
“The hippest, wildest, most energetic genre blowout to come from the UK sinceAttack The Block.”
– Matt Donato, Slash Film