A young, lonely wife takes in a young female boarder named Sarah. Her husband returns, and he can’t keep himself away from the alluring Sarah, and the exotic mysteries hidden in Sarah’s room.


Made in Scotland in just five days for a wee six grand, “Sarah’s Room” is an intriguing and artistic tale told in haunting tones, smoky interiors and often voyeuristic camera techniques. Outstanding low budget indie recalling the contemporary mood and feel of David Lynch with the dreamy depressing draw of “Last Tango In Paris.”

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February 19, 2017

You can view the Production Stills from Tartan Features TF1 'Sarah's Room' on Flickr:


February 19, 2017

Originally from an article written by Neil Rolland in 2014

Hanna Stanbridge plays the mysterious, manipulative title character in Sarah’s Room.

Please tell us a little about yourself and how you go involved inSarah’s Room?

Scottish born and bred I have been lucky enough to work with Grant previously on a 48 hour film competition entry, the feature film Christmas Hear Kids.

A year or so later Grant contacted me directly s...

February 19, 2017

An article originally written by Neil Rolland in early 2014. A lot has changed since then and a new update to the making of Sarah's Room will appear soon.

In this interview Grant talks about some of the ways that he and his team made this film work despite the constraints of 5 shooting days and a micro budget. He also offers advice on how to do this yourself and how changing the way we think about certain things can free us to...

February 19, 2017

From an article written by Neil Rolland in 2014

Kitty Colquhoun only started acting two years ago. In Sarah’s Room she takes on the role of Emma, Joe’s wife and Sarah’s best friends, a woman stuck in the middle.

Please tell us a little about yourself and how you go involved inSarah’s Room? 

I started acting about two years ago, so I came to it a bit later than usual. I was living in Seville a while after graduating from un...

February 19, 2017

Neil Rolland Interviewed Patrick O'Brien for his role in TF1 ' Sarah's Room' for an article in 2014

Patrick O’Brien plays the lead role of Joe in Sarah’s Room. In this interview he discusses the role and how he adapted to shooting over 5 days.

Please tell us a little about yourself and how you go involved in Sarah’s Room? 

As you can tell by the brogue I’m originally Irish. I’m from a small border town in Ulster called Bally...

February 19, 2017

Paul at Grindz My Reels has reviewed Sarah's Room:

Synopsis: When Joe (O’Brien) returns home after being away, he finds that his wife (Colquhoun) has taken in a mysterious lodger( Stanbridge). Is this stranger playing tricks on him or is he slowly going mad.

After spending over 10 years in the camera department on movies such as Cloud Atlas, World War & Under the Skin, Grant McPhee makes a giant leap into making his directing de...

February 19, 2017

Click Flick Review have reviewed TF1 - Sarah's Room:

Sharing a room with someone is not easy and especially, if you are a shy person like Joe. Sarah’s Movie is about a couple and a friend who share their apartment. Is all the problem caused by Joe?

Chris Purnell script has a two contrasting sides. The really slow first half and an engaging and racy second half. The first 40 mins were establishing Joe’s problem and how it grows b...

February 19, 2017

Horrorcultfilms.com have a preview for the Amazon release of TF1 Sarah's Room

Sarah’s Room, the feature debut of Scottish director Grant McPhee, is a dark and brooding study of one man’s descent into paranoia. When Joe’s wife played by Kitty Colquhoun, unexpectedly invites her best friend Sarah (played by Hanna Stanbridge) to live with them, Joe (played by Patrick O’Brien) becomes obsessed with her, convinced that she is not wh...

February 19, 2017

IndyRed have reviewed TF1 ' Sarah's Room:

The formula the could have worked for the Indie feature Sarah's Room was also the formula that hurt it the most. What most of us call the slow build up to a "worth the wait' ending was adopted by director Grant McPhee without the success he might have hoped. Sometimes, a simple approach to Indie film making can be a virtue, and a "straight at it" style can at times do wonders. Sarah's R...

February 19, 2017

Adam Patterson at Film Pulse has reviewed Tartan Feature 1 - Sarah's Room.

Director Grant McPhee is a seasoned professional when it comes to visual imagery in film, working on the cinematography and digital imaging for a number of projects that include Cloud Atlas, Under the Skin and Game of Thrones, just to name a few.

This knack for visual acuity is strikingly apparent in his latest directorial effort,Sarah’s Ro...

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