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Caught Out

Pressure, panic and stupidity all in one perfect thunderstorm.

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Caught Out

Date: 21 Sep 2018
Australia go into lunch on day three of a bitter Test Match against India trailing by 300 runs.
Desperate to regain the number one ranking in the world, the situation is looking dire. Bull, the team vice-captain, is not willing to sit by and watch this team go down whereas Skip, the captain, is trying his best to keep everyone focused and on track.
When Runt, the debutant, crashes the party Bull spies his chance. It might be time to stretch the rules a little bit.
Written and directed by Xavier Coy, Caught Out is a satirical take on one of the biggest news stories of the year. It is a look into the extreme pressure and expectations we put on our professional athletes and what happens when it all goes pear-shaped.
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