Director/Writer: Rami Hilmi | Producer: Mery Bernabei | Executive Producer: Tomasz Jurgielewicz
Stars: Melissa Stanton, Daniel Ryves, Rudy Barrow, Paul Kelleher, James Hare, Norberto Moran, Sue Bartlett, Simon Masterman, Gavin Smith, Lottie Goodchild, Josephine Cook-Clark, Dean West & Coco as ‘Coco Bella’ and Mort as Bevies.
Walk-on Stars: Phil Tomlin & Neve, Krzysztof Wroblewski & Jakub, Robert Neville, Gareth Davies, Stacey Willmott, Beverly Fell, Janice Neville, Iwona Wroblewska, Tomasz Jurgielewicz, Kin Pang, Wai Chan, Lucia Bernabei and Hossam Youssef.
When a competition among neighbours gets out of control, a silly game becomes one last battle for supremacy. What everyone thought was just a normal good citizen’s duty to keep the environment clean, it turned out to be a mercilessly recycling war that sees Arlo, a submissive husband bullied by his despotic wife, stuck in a unreal situation with him and his wife competing against ruthless next door neighbours until only one will survive. ‘Wager Danger’, betrays and back stabs in a refined comedy that better shows the true colours of what it seemed to be a well respected residential community neighbourhood.
Melissa Stanton is an actress, known for Spirits of the Fall (2008), Discarnate (2017) and Skins (2007). Melissa trained at The Academy Drama School and is an actor and puppeteer with 25 years experience. Melissa can currently be seen in the Netflix series Haunter, where she plays a nurse battling a patient suffering from Demonic Possessions. Other acting credits include Don Giovanni at the Royal Opera House, Casualty, a barmaid in Skins, Midsomer Murders, Doctor Who, a national tour of Midsummer Nights Dream and Alice Wonderland, and a KFC commercial. Her first puppetry job was fro an adult puppet show for Channel 4 called Pets. From there, she went on to work with famous TV star, Sooty, on his theater tour and she has been his right hand girl for nearly 20 years. Her other credits include Scripture Seekers, a puppet show which can currently be seen on Inspirations TV, Father Nandru and the Wolves (at Wiltons Music Hall), working at Land of the Dragons at Chessington World of Adventures and playing the Hand Tounged Frog in a film created by a Make a Wish recipient, operating a puppet built by the Henson Creature Workshop.
Daniel Ryves is an actor, known for Fight the Good Fight (2017), Border Control (2020) and Fortvna (2016). Daniel has just over 4 years of acting experience, ranging from SA (Support Artist) to playing lead roles in TV productions and commercials etc. Best known for his roles as the infamous Wolfgang Schmidt and Harry Roberts in the TV series ‘World’s Most Evil Killers’ and ‘British Police Murdered on Duty’. Daniel’s played comedic roles in various films, in commercials for Visit England, Protect Line, British Marine and Paulton’s Park to name a few.
Rudolph Barrow, stage name Rudy Barrow, born 8th September 1964, started out as a film extra back in the 1980’s and is now a confident Actor, Director and Producer, Rudy has the ability to make audiences believe he is the character being portrayed. Rudy Barrow is known for his work on Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019), The Brink (2019) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018)
James is a versatile and creative supporting artist and actor who likes to bring his own particular method and style to each role he takes on and each character he plays. He enjoys working across multiple genres in TV, Film and the Internet. He is keen to be involved in supporting, featured and voice over roles in independent projects, commercials, features, short films, web series and television. James is best known for his featured roles in television shows such as SS-GB (2018) and Downton Abbey (2013) and feature films such as Transformers V: The Last Knight (2017) and most recently the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). In his most recent role he plays the part of Councillor Harris in independent feature film Falkland Square (2020). Other recent roles include sleazy club owner in the upcoming feature film by Edgar Wright, Last Night in Soho (2020), and as an opera goer in Joss Whedon’s new television series The Nevers (2020).