Burn Burn Burn

Directed by Chanya Button
Film Movement
105 Minutes
United Kingdom
Comedy, Drama
Women Directors
DVD $150.00
Blu-ray $150.00
PPR $350.00
DRL $499.00
PPR+DRL $599.00

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Dan (Jack Farthing) is dead. He was only 29. Alex (Chloe Pirrie) and Seph (Laura Carmichael) loved him like a sibling. And now he’s left them his ashes to scatter across the UK along with elaborate video instructions for doing so that will take them on an unforgettable road trip from London, Cardiff and York to Stonehenge and the Scottish Highlands.


  • Laura Carmichael
  • Chloe Pirrie
  • Jack Farthing
  • Jane Asher
  • Eleanor Matsuura
  • Hannah Arterton
  • Highest Rating
    "This confident, relaxed British feature debut by director Chanya Button and screenwriter Charlie Covell is a sort of millennials' mashup of Laughter in Paradise and Last Orders."
    Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
  • Highest Rating
    "Though it follows a familiar path, Burn Burn Burn's strong performances and razor-sharp script make it worth the ride."
    Luke Channell, HeyUGuys
  • Highest Rating
    "Often very maudlin, the film has a nice line in eccentric, screwball humour...."
    Geoffrey Macnab, The Independent
  • Highest Rating
    "An unusually intelligent black comedy, this British independent film takes the audience on a road trip that's packed with surprises."
    Rich Cline, Contactmusic
  • Highest Rating
    "Burn Burn Burn is nicely acted and emotionally authentic. Button shows real promise as a director."
    Wendy Ide, The Observer
  • Highest Rating
    "The icing on the cake is the breathtaking cinematography of Carlos De Carvalho."
    Jessica Baxter, Hammer to Nail
  • Highest Rating
    "... you don't even have time to realize you've moved from laughing so hard you're crying at the beginning to crying so hard you're laughing at the end."
    Arnie Simon, Three Imaginary Girls
  • Highest Rating
    "Chloe Pirrie registers vividly, an adroit casting choice for the film’s most interesting, articulate and damaged character, suggesting hidden layers with nifty economy."
    Charles Gant, Screen Daily


Awards & Recognition

Official Selection
London Film Festival
Official Selection
Seattle Int'l. Film Festival

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