This is the second feature film for Sun Eats Moon founder and chief executive officer Jack Percy.
Since 2012 he has produced a large number of short films and sketches, and in February finished filming his first film, The Auction, which Jack says was made as an experiment to see if it could be done.
Rehearsals begin in May but actor Joshua Baker, from Peterborough, is feeling confident that he will know his lines.
He said: “What’s quite helpful is that the script is quite conversational, so it is quite easy to learn.”
Interestingly, Richard Basey-Fisher, from Wisbech, has a different learning technique and finds it easier to tackle a big speech.
Sound recorder Benjamin Reed, also from Peterborough, is working on the film in his free time and holidays from his job as sales assistant for CeX in the city. Having taught himself video editing during a spell of unemployment following university, Benjamin had the right skills when his old school friend Jack got in touch.
He said: “It’s amazing to be involved in something like this, and it’s more dynamic than the day job.”