British thriller The Ballad Of Billy McCrae will be released in UK Cinemas from 24th September.

Munro Films has confirmed that their British thriller, The Ballad Of Billy McCrae, will be released in UK Cinemas from 24th September.

Filmed in Port Talbot, Wales, the film was directed by Chris Crow (Panic Button) and stars David Hayman, best known from his roles in Sid & Nancy and Macbeth, as well as Sianad Gregory and Ian Virgo.

Discussing the upcoming film, director Chris Crow said, “The Ballad Of Billy McCrae is a film about damage and dysfunction, a film about flawed people, emotionally stunted people, people who can’t see far beyond their own desires, dreams and greed.”

So what’s the film all about? –

Chris Blythe returns to his home town in Wales after losing a fortune in Canada. He falls in love with Elen, a volatile and charismatic woman. But Elen’s father Billy is a dangerous man and Chris finds himself torn between love and hate…

Take a look at the beautiful new poster and trailer for the film below.

The Ballad Of Billy McCrae will be in UK Cinemas from 24th September

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