A woman’s ultimate quest to make a better life for her mixed-race son in London, turns into her ultimate grief when her estranged husband is found dead in a homeless shed and then, her son is viciously attacked by a notorious gang on the new council estate they moved to just a few weeks before.
Inspired by real life events, ODILE is a French and English subtitled project, that brings together a beautifully mixed international cast to the South of the Thames.
“When I first read the story, I was immediately struck by the honesty and rawness of it. It is a truly powerful and moving story, and the fact that it is inspired by real events makes it a very important one to tell.”
Manjeet Mann - Actress.
“Told in a way that is brutal but beautiful, dangerous but generous, frightening but real - the issues that ODILE raises of racism, violence, domestic abuse and the ghettos that can exist within social housing cannot and should not be ignored.”
Patsy Prince - Actress