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  Rupert, Rupert & Rupert [read more]
  Me myself and I
  Rupert is a struggling actor, Rupert is struggling to find love, and Rupert is struggling to know who he is in bittersweet British drama Rupert, Rupert & Rupert, which is set for its world premiere this spring with a limited theatrical and digital release thanks to Substantial Films.

Respected Scottish actor Sandy Batchelor (Othello and The Captain of Kopenick - National Theatre) takes the lead in a jawdropping turn as a budding actor trying to navigate life with dissociative identity disorder (aka multiple personality disorder) that will have you laughing, crying, and hiding behind a cushion.

This rollercoaster ride follows budding actor Rupert Lindsay (Sandy Batchelor) who is desperate to get his big break in acting, but there's one slight problem: he keeps having angry and lascivious outbursts and he can never remember what he did, what he said or even who he hurt. A chance audition puts him in front of failed film director Geoffrey Morton (Ben Porter - Casualty, The Bill), whose last hope in the industry rests on finding a star who can effectively portray the lead in 'The Fatal Blasphemy of Jeremiah Ulysses’s Boundless Rage.'

Rupert, Rupert & Rupert arrives in cinemas 26 April 2019 and on digital Amazon Video, iTunes and GooglePlay. Try the trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [26 Apr 2019 at 13:19]
     

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