The Truth About Stanley


No home, no belongings, plenty of baggage. A short film about a man, his stories and the boy who listened, by award-winning director Lucy Tcherniak.

Please give generously to the Truth About Stanley fund to help tackle the growing homelessness problem.

Text STANLEY2, 3 or 6 to 70300 to give £2, £3 or £6.

Or visit our Just Giving Page - Just Giving. All money raised goes to The Big Issue Foundation and homelessness charity Anchor House. Help turn around the lives of real people.

Also available on YouTube here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzDpWDMA1gA

Starring Oliver Litondo, Raif Clarke and Andrew Lee Potts. Produced by Tom Clark. Soundtrack by Radiohead and Mumford & Sons. A WSP Production in association with Trademark Films and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

Full details at http://thetruthaboutstanley.com/.

The relationship forged between Sam and Stanley is nothing less than a Dickensian tapestry portraying powerful characters similar to Pip and Magwitch with all of the emotional and reformative currency of today's most pressing issues. I have not found myself more involved in the lives and journeys of two people in a mere 20 minutes than I did while engrossed in this powerful little film. Although there is an incredible depth of sadness in it, it reaches out and plays a hopeful chord in the heart at the end. I am not certain why...youth perhaps...possibilities for Sam. It's a lovely film with a very important and timely message, one worth listening to with an open mind and heart ~Noelle Renee

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