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16 Years till Summer

LOU McLoughlan’s tender and moving documentary 16 Years till Summer about redemption interrupted in the Highlands, will screen in Oban’s Phoenix Cinema on Saturday November 26 on its Scottish tour.

Filmed over four years in the Highlands, the film follows Uisdean Mackay, a man released after 16 years in prison, to juggle crofting ambitions with caring for his father.

‘Uisdean wants forgiveness,’ begins a spokesperson explaining the plot, ‘but it takes an extraordinary love story to elude growing accusations against him in a film that slips seamlessly between two portraits of the same man: carer and convicted murderer.

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