An unlikely gang of teenagers are determined to live the common adolescent dream, particularly by escaping their normal lives and embracing their favorite music at a celebrated festival. Actress Ella Purnell is leading that coming-of-age journey in the new British music-infused comedy-drama, ‘Access All Areas.’
The movie is now available in the U.S. on VOD and Digital, including iTunes, Amazon and Google Play, courtesy of Camden Film Company. In honor of the project’s American distribution, Shockya is debuting an exclusive clip from ‘Access All Areas,’ which is titled ‘Mia Sings,’ and features Purnell crooning a song for her friends in a restaurant.
The comedy-drama features songs from such artists as Tame Impala, Duke Dumont, The Who and Disclosure. The music festival-centered movie was written by Oliver Veysey, and directed by Bryn Higgins. In addition to Purnell, ‘Access All Areas’ also stars Edward Bluemel, Jordan Stephens, Georgie Henley, Nigel Lindsay, Jo Hartley and Jason Flemyng.
Camden Film Company has released the following synopsis for ‘Access All Areas’:
When hapless Heath gets caught up in Mia’s desperate bid for freedom, it catapults them and their friends on a wild road-trip to the Isle of Sounds festival, where they lose themselves in the crowd and find themselves in the music. Nothing goes according to plan, but if they can get hold of some tickets and survive the crowds, toilets, aerial acrobats, chaos and Swedish hipsters, as well as the unwelcome appearance of their maniacal parents, it promises to be an unforgettable weekend.