A new film featuring a Line of Duty star and set in a Suffolk coastal town is releasing in cinemas tomorrow. 

Grey Matter is a British coming of age drama filmed and set in Southwold. 

Many local businesses and tourist locations including the old cinema feature in the film after crews filmed on location and in nearby Reydon and Blythburgh in 2021.

Keelan Sumner-Hare, one of the film's producers, said: "The film is about a young girl called Chloe who starts to suffer with the first symptoms of clinical depression and it coincides with her grandmother's Alzehimer diagnosis."

East Anglian Daily Times: Line of Duty star Nigel Boyle is in the filmLine of Duty star Nigel Boyle is in the film (Image: W4 Film)

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The film stars Stephanie Beacham as grandma Peg, an eccentric woman who loves exotic animals and cherishes her independent lifestyle, and Eloise Smyth as Chloe. 

It also features Line of Duty star Nigel Boyle, Peaky Blinders star Harry Kirton, and Elizabeth Berrington. 

The film is the directorial debut for Arabella Burfitt-Dons who won Best Foreign Debut at the Female Eye Film Festival for the film. 

Grey Matter is showing at East Coast Cinema in Lowestoft and Electric Picture Palace Cinema in Southwold from Friday, March 1.