Two childhood friends who meet at a divergent point in their lives in their favourite fried chicken shop in South London, touching on both shattered dreams, success and whether the decisions of the past have lifelong consequences.
Level-headed Isaac has big news to share with the disenfranchised Jude: he’s bought a house and is moving to East London. Jude does not receive the news well.
The enchanting tale of friendship treads between both past and present as their 15 and 25-year old selves dine in the chicken shop, showing how the once promising and talented Jude has struggled to fulfill his potential.
Abraham Adeyemi is an award-winning writer-director and playwright, hailing from South London. In 2020, his directorial debut No More Wings was crowned the best narrative short at Tribeca Film Festival.
Abraham graduated in Creative Writing from Birkbeck University of London, followed by completing the prestigious Royal Court’s Writers Group. His works for stage have played at a number of British theatres including the Hammersmith Lyric and Theatre Royal Stratford East. His play These Minging Streets was long-listed for the Alfred Fagon Award in 2018, a play that began its journey as a short play starring Jude Law.
In 2019 he won Soho House’s global screenwriting competition Script House with his No More Wings script and his debut full-length play, All the Shit I Can’t Say to my Dad, was staged at London theatre The Bunker.
He is currently on commission with Channel 4, developing an original pilot as part of their 4Screenwriting programme.
– Best Narrative Short Award, Tribeca Film Festival
– Tribeca Film Festival
– We Are One Global Film Festival
– Indy Shorts Film Festival