Dir: Paul Andrew Williams
Starring: Georgia Groome and Lorraine Stanley
A prostitute and a young girl flee to Brighton after killing a London client
This critically-acclaimed drama has scenes filmed at London Waterloo, Brighton and London Victoria stations. In the Waterloo scenes at night, a train can be seen passing along the viaduct opposite the station on its way into Charing Cross, but it is almost completely obscured through editing and is difficult to make out clearly. At Victoria, however, a Class 460 ‘Gatwick Express’ EMU and a pair of Class 455 EMU’s, one of which is No.455808, are seen. The journey to Brighton features a shot of a pair of Class 319 EMU’s passing, but the interior scenes are filmed onboard Mk.1 coaching stock, apparently on the Bluebell Railway. In addition to this, one of the ‘Brighton’ scenes was actually filmed in Wallis Road, Hackney Wick, and a Silverlink-liveried Class 313 EMU can just be made out passing in the background. The film had been inspired by Royalty (qv). The DVD of the film includes Royalty as an extra, as well as behind the scenes glimpses of filming taking place at Waterloo and onboard the Mk.1.