On a deserted Train PLATFORM, an unfaithful husband must face the haunting consequences of surrendering to his carnal desires.
PLATFORM is a British independent horror film written and directed by Mark Pluck.
It received its World Premiere at GRIMMFEST 2020 who described the film as "An eerie urban ghost story, tapping into an all-too-familiar experience - that escalating sense of nervousness and unease experienced while waiting on a deserted railway platform late at night"
The European premiere was held at Lund Fantastic Film Festival - Scandinavia's largest fantastic/genre film festival and later screened at the British Horror Film Festival, where writer/director Mark Pluck went on to win the Rising Star Award.
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Grimmfest 2020
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Lund Fantastic Film Festival 2020
OFFICIAL SELECTION - British Horror Festival 2020 (Rising Star Award Winner)
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Minimalen Short Film Festival 2021
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2021
The film stars Finlay Robertson & Isabella Inchbald and was filmed on location in Glynde, East Sussex, UK.
After studying History at Cambridge University Finlay performed in a play at the Edinburgh Fringe and was signed by an agent. On television, he has played guest leads in several shows, as well as series regulars in ITV's 'Life Begins', BBC3's 'How Not To Live Your Life' and BBC1's 'The Body Farm'. He also wrote, directed and edited a short film, 'Count Backwards From Ten', and recently wrote and performed a one-person play, 'Strong Arm', which was taken to the Edinburgh Fringe by The Old Vic Theatre. Find out more.
Having won Carleton Hobbs in 2017, Isabella joined BBC Radio Drama, and continued her voice work in audiobooks, video games, and as Austen’s 'Emma', alongside Emma Thompson, for Audible. She performs across stage and screen, and was seen as Bridget in the sitcom 'Content' earlier this year.
PLATFORM is the directorial debut of Mark Pluck.
Mark is a London-based writer, director and producer. In 2017 he wrote voyeuristic thriller ‘The Photographer’ starring Sophia di Martino (Marvel's Loki) which screened at the East End Film Festival, Danny Boyle’s festival ‘Shuffle’ and the British Independent Film Festival, where it won the award for best cinematography.
In 2019 he produced the comedy-horror short 'Meat is Murder' - in collaboration with London advertising agency VCCP.