Cordelia is a 2019 British horror feature film about two very different twin sisters that live together in their deceased father’s flat.
Directed by Adrian Shergold from a screenplay co-written with Antonia Campbell-Hughes (Storage 24) who also stars in a dual role, the Studio POW production also stars Michael Gambon (The Omen, 2006; Sleepy Hollow; The Beast Must Die), Johnny Flynn and Catherine McCormack.
Cordelia (Antonia Campbell-Hughes) lives with her twin sister Caroline (Campbell-Hughes) in their central London basement flat. Years earlier, Cordelia had been caught up in a traumatic event that left her guilt-ridden and fragile.
Her gradual recovery and search for independence are jeopardised when her sister leaves for a weekend away. For the first time, she meets her mysterious neighbour Frank (Johnny Flynn), a cellist whose music has intrigued her. As their relationship develops, Cordelia becomes convinced she is being stalked. Increasingly anxious and unsure of Frank’s motives, Cordelia begins to unravel…
Cordelia will be released in UK cinemas on 23rd October 2020.
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Cast and characters:
Antonia Campbell-Hughes … Cordelia / Caroline
Michael Gambon … Moses
Johnny Flynn … Frank
Catherine McCormack … Kate
Alun Armstrong … Roger
Joel Fry … Matt
Ivy Wong … Young Girl on Train
Hetty Baynes … Mrs Grotowski
Kamil Lemieszewski … Knight
Tim Stern … Mr Grotowski
Anna Danshina … Natasha
Raj Awasti … Taxi driver
Jill Buchanan … Lady on the Train
Richard Curtis … Tube Passenger
Tom Meredith … Young Undertaker
Drew Edwards … Cab Driver
Simon Strutt … Stage Hand / Crew
Jamie Moore … Director (as Jamie Seymour)
Nathan Carter-Dale … Actor
Principal filming took place between 16th April 2018 and 18th May 2018 in the following locations:
Aldwych tube station, London, England
The Fens, England
Museum Chambers, Bloomsbury, London
Twickenham Film Studios, St Margarets, Twickenham, Middlesex, England
West Kensington Mansions, West Kensington, London, England
Antonia Campbell-Hughes’ first screen role was as an uncredited zombie in Shaun of the Dead (2004).