Goodie bags with 31 North 62 East (a signed poster, t-shirts the soundtrack and coffee mug)
From initial concept to first day of filming in just 10 weeks: 31 North 62 East is an unbelievable achievement worthy of the fictitious SAS unit it features. It is also a timely look at the dirty tricks of a fictitious British Prime Minister who gives up the position of an SAS unit in Afghanistan to clinch an £80 billion arms deal - and his own re-election. But Director/Producer Tristan Loraine sees a deeper meaning:
The film carries the topical tag line 'Politics is a dirty business!' and questions whether we can trust our politician's. Thematically, it also asks how far we will go to save our own skins.
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