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World Premiere 20, 21 February at Glasgow Film Festival 2017. Book tickets here

An entertaining, provocative documentary in which director David Graham Scott puts himself in the firing line as he befriends big game hunter Guy Wallace. An unrepentant relic of the colonial era, Wallace has been a soldier, mercenary and tracker. He now lives in splendid isolation on the Caithness moors but has one remaining ambition – to return to Africa and kill a Cape Buffalo. Scott is vegan but accompanies Wallace in a film that explores the ethical issues around hunting and the unlikely bond that develops between two men.

Director: David Graham Scott
Producer: John Archer
Editor: James Alcock
Original Music: Matthew Whiteside

Alongside original music the score includes my Quartet for Violin, Viola, Cello and Double Bass

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