School’s Out Forever is one of those apocalyptical films that hit too close for any of us.
The film starring Oscar Kennedy in a pandemic life or death catastrophe as the world succumbs to a mysterious virus that kills most of the world. The remaining survivors scramble for any remaining foods as civility takes a backseat in order to live.
Here’s the official synopsis:
No sooner has 15-year-old Lee Keegan been expelled from his private school than a pandemic spreads like wildfire around the globe. With his father dead and mother trapped abroad, Lee is given one instruction: go back to school. But safety and security at St. Mark’s School for Boys is in short supply. Its high walls can’t stop the local parish council from forming a militia and imposing martial law, while inside the dorms the end of the world is having a dangerous effect on his best friend and his unrequited crush on the school nurse isn’t helping him concentrate on staying alive.
The movie also stars Liam Lau Fernandez, Alex Macqueen, Samantha Bond, Jasmine Blackborow, Steve Oram, and Anthony Head. Oliver Milburn wrote and directed the movie.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with lead actor Oscar Kennedy on the pandemic, school’s ground, stunts, and violence.
Oscar Kenney kickstarted his acting career with BBC’s Toast in 2010. Since then, he starred in a number of television series and feature films including Great Expectations, Hunted, The Politician’s Husband, The Man with the Iron Heart, The White Queen, Decline and Fall, and Ladhood.
School’s Out Forever is currently playing in select theaters and available on VOD today.
Watch the exclusive interview with Oscar Kennedy below. Let us know what you think.