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Super November

A librarian falls in love in a dystopian Scotland amidst political crisis.


Why watch this film?

Imagine a mumblecore comedy from the 2000s and 2010s, like "Cocktail Buddies" or "Frances Ha," but with a dystopian twist that makes it more like Alfonso Cuarón's "Children of Men." That's how we could begin to describe "A November to Remember" (formerly known as "Super November"), the feature film debut of director Douglas King written and starring comedian Josie Long, an independent film with grand political ambitions. The story takes place in the midst of a political crisis in Scotland, while a librarian (Long) meets what could be the love of her life. When things get complicated in the country, the lovers try to move forward despite the dystopia unfolding around them. A movie that, despite its limitations, proposes a smart story about the rise of fascism and the far-right, without losing its sense of humor.



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Plot summary

Clydebank librarian Josie is all loved up and has found her soulmate in the equally besotted Mikey. Six months later, the bubble has burst and things are very different, as the country has plunged into a political crisis, there is civil unrest on the streets and normality is a distant memory. Welcome to the harsh, fast changing landscape of the real world.

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