Take Me

A tale of real, live, emotional baggage!


Single mum Lena is finally getting back on the date scene but her mums just cancelled on her to babysit her 4 year old. About to call off her online date, Lena finds her son hiding in a suitcase, giving her an idea. She will take him with her, hidden in her luggage! Hopefully her date won't notice?

Take Me explores the difficulties of single parenting, especially for low income families. With a positive spin on online dating, it’s about a man ready to grow up, and a tale of real, live, emotional baggage.

**Homespun Yarns Competition Finalist 2019**

**LIFF 2020 - Official Selection**

'It speaks volumes for the skill of this film's makers that the improbable plan she conjures feels both plausible and charming, when - in real life - it would be neither..... A really enjoyable tale extremely well told.' David Reviews, November 2019 - 5 stars

Director: Claire Norowzian
Producer: Joe Binks
Written By: Catherine Humble
Cinematographer: Bruce Jackson
Editor: Chris Wilson
VFX: nineteentwenty
Grade: nineteentwenty
Sound Designer: Naomi Graham
Composer: Adam Smyth

Starring: Margaret Clunie, Ruaraidh Murray & Raphael Bishop