Director: Mark Gillis
Running Time: 87′
Micky Mason is a drowning man. His father is slowly losing himself to dementia whilst his son is struggling to stay clean on a drug-riddled estate in South East London. When Micky is fired from his latest dead end job he finds himself faced with the choice of a bleak and demoralising future or taking a course of action that offers a window into a brighter world for him, and his family. But his actions have consequences, did he make the right choice? We’re left with a moral dilemma; in a world where the moral compass has shifted so far, so fast, whose version of right and wrong are we going to go with? A deeply prescient film in these politically charged times, Sink surfs its kitchen sink realism with humour and style and marks an important debut by writer/director Mark Gillis.