Episode 1: Nine
Rebecca, or Agent 9 as she is known within the clandestine organisation she works for has been demoted from her Gold ranking to Grey following an incident which occurred on her last assignment. Dr. Drew, her psychiatrist has several questions for her regarding the incident easily sidestepping her diversion tactics…
Episode 2: Safe Zone
Dr. Drew begins to probe deep into Rebecca’s past, trying to figure out why she didn’t just kill Jackie during the assignment. She’s become untrustworthy in the eyes of the organisation. With years of experience dealing with Rebecca, Dr. Drew is able to read through all her deflections like a book and gets to the heart of the matter…
Episode 3: Hockey Stick
Rebecca goes back over her conversation with Jackie, the girl who has triggered memories of her past life. Dr. Drew presses her, taking notice of her emotional ties to Jackie. Rebecca remembers a violent incident from her past, sparked by previous feelings for Jackie…
Episode 4: Hamilton
Finally pushed to breaking point, Rebecca finally loses her cool and lashes out killing Dr. Drew. She goes through her personal file trying to piece things together, fragments of a shattered past… She steals the file and flees. Hamilton, an agent of the company discusses Rebecca’s instability with Genie and explains that the company intends to dispose of their unstable rogue agent.
Episode 5: Save Jackie
Rebecca is drawn into a stand-off in the safe-zone by Hamilton, who has captured Jackie and a gunfight ensues. No spoilers.
Working on Rebecca Gold
I got to work with Ian David Diaz for the first time ever down in a small building in Elephant and Castle, London. I had originally seen his film Bad Day, which was a thoroughly amazing independent thriller film, because one of my idols, Dominic Glynn had produced the orchestral score for it.
There were many amazing crew members I got to work with when shooting Rebecca Gold! I got to meet Katie Sheridan, who played Rebecca and Paul Coster who played Dr. Drew both who have become awesome friends! (Though we live way too far apart to hang out!)
Then on my return to London, in an underground car park, I got to meet Keith Eyles, who I’d loved in Bad Day (He played a thoroughly horrible human being, a complete opposite of him in real life!) and also Ben Shockley who I would NOT like to meet in a dark alley! I also got to meet Allison Collinge who was an absolute legend!
The shoots were long, enjoyable and lots of fun, and Ian and the cast and crew made it a thoroughly amazing experience for all concerned. I even got to get shot as one of Hamilton’s Goons. I’ve always wanted to be a goon so it was great fun playing one! Above all working on Rebecca Gold was loads of fun, I got to see the Ian in his natural habitat and I learned loads about directing, it’s down as one of the best experiences of my life!