Brond (1987)

Release Date: 13 June 2019 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Channel Four s celebrated political thriller, first broadcast in 1987, is adapted from the novel by Frederic Lindsay, voted one of the best Scottish books of all time. Stratford Johns plays the title role of Brond, the menacing mastermind behind the Scottish liberation army. John Hannah stars as Robert, a Glasgow University student drawn into the web of political intrigue. Robert is the sole witness to the murder of a small boy. That same evening he encounters the assailant, Brond, at a party hosted by his professor. Brond is introduced as an old friend by Professor Gracemont, which stops a perplexed Robert from exposing him. Margaret (Louise Beattie), a fellow student who Robert is keen on, asks him to keep a parcel safe for Brond. Despite Robert s desperate efforts to get rid of it, he and the mysterious package are taken to Brond. Brond appears to take a keen interest in him and, against his will, Robert is pulled into a succession of violent and horrifying events. A tale of evil and exploitation in the nightmarish landscape of a Glasgow where nothing is as it seems.
Release Date: 13 June 2019
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Catalogue No: 188958