Charlotte is a woman who is completely defined by her career. All she wants from life is to be cut a slice of the media agency she has devoted herself to building.
However, the fragility of her perfect existence is exposed when, after finding out she’s been betrayed in the boardroom, she returns home and takes her anger out on her cleaner. As Charlotte’s life disintegrates, we follow her on a heart-racing journey of self-discovery, atonement and danger as she fights for a future that is rosy…|
One of the nation’s favorite actresses, Maxine Peake has had a prolific run of top quality dramas; See No Evil: The Moors Murders, Red Riding, The Devil’s Whore, Criminal Justice, Little Dorrit, The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister, Hancock and Joan (BAFTA nominated), The Street and Shameless.
In 2012 she received outstanding reviews for her title role in Miss Julie as well as the return of the Peter Moffat penned drama, Silk and started The Village also written by Peter Moffat. As part of the BBC’s ‘Cultural Olympiad’ last Summer Maxine joined the cast of Henry IV part 1 and 2 as Doll Tearsheet. Maxine also starred in the feature film, Private Peaceful, with Richard Griffiths, George Mackay and Jack O’Connell.
With a rich list of TV credits, Maxine’s career in theatre is as equally impressive. She has performed at some of the most prestigious theatres in the country. Next Peake is set to play Hamlet in a “radical re-imagining” of William Shakespeare’s play at Manchester’s Royal Exchange theatre. The play is set to open in Autumn 2014.
Blake starred in three series and a subsequent film of the multi-award winning comedy The Inbetweeners. Harrison's other television work includes the BBC Three Comedy Way to Go, Comedy Central's Big Bad World, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, and The Bill. Harrison also starred in both seasons of The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, created by David Cross.
Harrison's theatre work includes Step 9 of 12 at the Trafalgar Studios, London in 2012 and The Accidental Lives of Memories at the White Bear Theatre. Harrison's film work includes Keeping Rosy with Maxine Peake and Re-Uniting the Rubins' with Timothy Spall; he also starred in Her Eyes Met With Mine, a short film by Slightly Ajar Productions. Next up for Blake is Inbetweeners 2 which is released August 6th 2014.
Steve directed and co-wrote the 2012 award-winning short film version of Keeping Rosy, entitled Taking Life. He won Best Director at the international short festival Van d’Or awards, sponsored by Ford. And has been shortlisted at numerous international festivals, including: Palm Springs, Raindance London, Cinema Jove Valencia, Monterrey, European Independent, BEFILM New York and ShortShorts Tokyo. Steve has directed over 500 commercials with budgets ranging from £5k to £1.5m. His ‘Agent Provocateur’ viral commercial, starring Kylie Minogue, is one of the most downloaded ads of all time. Steve has won many industry awards both in the UK and internationally.
Mike has written two feature films in collaboration with Steve Reeves: Keeping Rosy and Oops Upside Your Head (a comedy). And he has penned numerous short films, including the award-winning Taking Life. He is also a multi-award-winning advertising writer.
Richard co-wrote and produced Stefan Schwartz’s Shooting Fish, starring Kate Beckinsale. And Kirk Jones’ debut, Waking Ned, that won Richard a nomination for a Producers’ Guild of America award. He also produced the awardwinning thriller Eden Lake, written and directed by James Watkins, starring Michael Fassbender. With Isabelle Georgeaux, Richard produced Amit Gupta’s debut, Resistance, starring Michael Sheen and Andrea Riseborough. Isabelle and Richard have recently delivered Amit’s second, film, Jadoo, to Resolution for international sales. Jadoo was selected and premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in Febuary.
Isabelle produced Resistance and Jadoo with Richard Holmes. She has also been a senior management consultant and business development executive with a focus on media and communications. She has worked in France, the US and Mexico. She studied in Berkeley, CA and London focusing on most areas of film making and production.
Roger is an Academy Award-nominated cinematographer with a filmography of over 35 movies spanning 25 years. Including: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 12 Monkeys and Chocolat.
Since the early 1980’s, Stephen has scored numerous stage productions, television projects and feature films. He is perhaps best-known for his Academy Award-winning work on Shakespeare In Love and the film Billy Elliott.
Scot Crane has been editing since 1994. His assistant years at Jim Bambrick’s paved the foundations for him to flourish into the popular and talented editor that he is today.He has built a strong client base with established directors such as Steve Reeves, Peter Cattaneo, Kevin Thomas and Johnny Green and has been involved in a number of critically acclaimed projects. Keeping Rosy is Scot’s first feature film.
Paul Watts co-founded The Quarry with Bruce Townend in 1993. In 2010 they launched Rock Paper Scissors East in New York, a joint venture with Linda Carlson and Angus Wall.Over the years Paul Watts has had the fortune to be involved in a number of critically acclaimed projects, with some of the industry’s leading figures, picking up a number of awards along the way. He has recently completed his most complex and lengthy project to date; Jonathan Glazers third feature film ‘Under The Skin’.