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Submarine (2010)
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Director:Richard Ayoade Producer:Mary Burke, Mark Herbert, Andy Stebbing Story by:Based on Submarine by Joe Dunthorne Screenplay by:Richard Ayoade  Music by:Andrew Hewitt, Alex Turner Cinematography:Erik Wilson  

Edited by:Chris Dickens, Nick Fenton Running time:97 min  Country:United Kingdom Language:English

Genre:Comedy, Drama, Romance   Subtitle:English/  Starring:Craig Roberts as Oliver Tate, Yasmin Paige as Jordana Bevan,
Sally Hawkins as Jill Tate
, Noah Taylor as Lloyd Tate, Paddy Considine as Graham Purvis

 

 

 


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Alex Turner - Stuck On The Puzzle

Alex Turner - It''s Hard To Get Around The Wind


ҧ:Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 6 wins & 13 nominations.

 

 

BAFTA Awards 2012

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer
Richard Ayoade (director/writer) 
 

BAFTA Awards, Wales 2012

Won
BAFTA Cymru Award
Best Feature/Television Film
Mary Burke 
Mark Herbert 
Andy Stebbing 
Best Actor (Yr Actor Gorau)
Craig Roberts 
 

British Independent Film Awards 2011

Won
British Independent Film Award
Best Screenplay
Richard Ayoade 
Nominated
British Independent Film Award
Best Supporting Actress
Sally Hawkins 
Most Promising Newcomer
Craig Roberts 
Most Promising Newcomer
Yasmin Paige 
Nominated
Douglas Hickox Award
Richard Ayoade 
 

Chlotrudis Awards 2012

Nominated
Chlotrudis Award
Best Adapted Screenplay
Richard Ayoade 
 

Empire Awards, UK 2012

Nominated
Empire Award
Best British Film
Best Male Newcomer
Craig Roberts 
 

Evening Standard British Film Awards 2012

Nominated
Evening Standard British Film Award
Most Promising Newcomer
Richard Ayoade 
 

Georgia Film Critics Association (GFCA) 2012

Nominated
Breakthrough Award
Richard Ayoade 
Nominated
GFCA Award
Best Adapted Screenplay
Richard Ayoade 
 

Giffoni Film Festival 2011

Won
Golden Gryphon
Best Film
Richard Ayoade (director) 
Warp Films (production company) 
 

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2012

Won
ALFS Award
Young British Performer of the Year
Craig Roberts 
Nominated
ALFS Award
Breakthrough British Filmmaker
Richard Ayoade 
Young British Performer of the Year
Yasmin Paige 
 

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2011

Won
Directors to Watch
Richard Ayoade 
 

Writers'' Guild of Great Britain 2011

Nominated
Writers'' Guild of Great Britain Award
Best Film Screenplay
Richard Ayoade 
 
 

Submarine is a 2010 coming-of-age comedy-drama film adapted from the 2008 novel of the same name by Joe Dunthorne. The film was written and directed by Richard Ayoade, and starred Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige, Noah Taylor, Paddy Considine, and Sally Hawkins. Submarine is Ayoade''s directorial debut.

Plot

Oliver Tate (played by Craig Roberts) is a 15-year-old from Swansea, infatuated with Jordana (Yasmin Paige). When Jordana invites Oliver to meet secretly after school, she takes pictures of them kissing, hoping to make her ex-boyfriend jealous. The plan backfires, but Jordana soon becomes his girlfriend.

At home, Oliver becomes concerned about his parents. His father, Lloyd (Noah Taylor), is depressed. New-age guru Graham (Paddy Considine), an ex-boyfriend of his mother, Jill (Sally Hawkins), has moved in next door, and his flirtations rouse Oliver''s suspicions.

Oliver''s relationship with Jordana grows, but he learns that her mother has a potentially fatal brain tumour. At an early Christmas dinner at Jordana''s house, he witnesses her father break down. Unsettled, he decides that the Jordana he loves is at risk because the emotional events surrounding her will "make her gooey [sentimental] in the middle". He cuts off contact with her.

Thinking that his mother and Graham are having an affair, Oliver attempts to repair his parents'' relationship. While searching for his mother on the beach, he sees Jordana with another boy. Heartbroken he heads home; but, on the way, he sees his mother with Graham and assumes the worst. Enraged, he breaks into Graham''s house, gets drunk, and commits minor acts of vandalism. When Graham comes home, he finds Oliver but returns him home with minimal fuss. The next morning, Oliver awakes to see that both his parents aren''t angry with him and are reconciling.

Oliver remains distraught about losing Jordana; he is downhearted for weeks, until he sees her on the beach. Running towards her, he explains his actions and learns that Jordana has broken up with her new boyfriend. Together, they walk into the sea smiling. The film is left on an ambiguous note.

The film was produced by Warp Films and Film4 Productions. Principal photography began on 26 October 2009 and filming finished in December 2009. Andrew Hewitt composed the score and musician Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys contributed five songs.


 





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