Hollow (2010) Rob Sorrenti


Hollow is a sensitive observation about the nature of addiction. Exploring the idea that love isn’t always enough when it comes to getting clean and the inevitable sacrifice that comes with sobriety.

Alice and Marcus are young and in love. They keep trying and failing to get over their heroin addiction until they find out Alice is pregnant. Now it’s not just about getting clean, it’s about staying clean. But can they do it? Only one thing is certain. If their love for each other and the baby is all they can rely on, it is never going to be enough.

Director Rob Sorrenti
Writers Lee Thomas and Rob Sorrenti
Producers Roopesh Parekh & Rob Sorrenti

Alice Morven Christie
Marcus Martin McCann
Child Welfare Haydn Gwynne
Angelo Nonso Anozie

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