- Cultural History, Portrait, and Docu-Drama
No Hope For Men Below is a powerful Cinepoem about a mining disaster that killed 40 men in 1923. Written by Janet Paisley in Broad Scots dialect, the film explores the effect the disaster has on the women of the small community and how the industry that allows them a living can also quickly destroy it.
- in post-production
- Running time
- 10 minutes
- Adam Stafford ... Director/Screenwriter
- Prod. Co.
- Short Ends Media
- United Kingdom
- Years of Production
- Central Scotland, Fife, Dumfries
- Prod. Partners
- William Duncan and Suzy Enoch
- Broad Scots
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