The Wee Man
Ray Burdis (Still Waters, Love Honour and Obey)
Michael Loveday, Andy Loveday (Rise of the Footsoldier, A Lonely Place To Die)
Martin Compston (Sweet Sixteen, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Red Road, Filth, Nominated for Best Actor at the Scottish BAFTAs in 2013)
John Hannah (The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, Four Weddings and A Funeral)
Stephen McCole (Rushmore, The Acid House, Stone of Destiny)
Genre: Gangster Crime Thriller
1970’s Blackhill Glasgow: 11-year-old Paul Ferris has learned quickly that life on the street is tough. Growing up immersed in a culture of crime, Ferris finally snaps when tormented one too many times by a vicious gang of bullying neighbourhood brothers who have made his childhood a living hell. In his late teens, he decides to take on his tormentors alone and systematically wreak vengeance on them. His spree caught the attention of the ‘Godfather’ which ignited a sequence of events that saw him become a major figure in the criminal underworld.