Crucible Films

“Richard is great in the leading role and shows great chemistry with Kate Lister – The two are great to watch.”

Darren Lucas, Movies Review 101

“Lister’s performance is subtle and bang on, thump in the chest good.”

David Duprey, That Moment In

“Heart-warming tale of two people who are drawn together through necessity and circumstance.”

John Higgins, Film and TV Now


Caring son Ryan makes the difficult decision to leave his terminally ill mother and drive to the Highlands of Scotland to attend a funeral.

Already worried about leaving his mother alone, Ryan is dismayed to learn she has arranged for a very distant relative, Sunny, to travel with him.

Aware that any wish of his mother’s could be her last, Ryan begrudgingly agrees and sets off to collect Sunny in a banged up little car that will become their home for the next 3 days.

Sunny quickly reveals that she is autistic and as the two of them make their journey North, they are forced to overcome their individual issues with communication and form a bizarre yet adorable bond.


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Truly special, five stars

Hits a number of traditional landmarks we’ve seen before in such stories, yet manages to keep it fresh enough to make this something truly special…

– David Duprey, That Moment In

Drive Me to the End (2020) Drama | 5 May 2020 (USA) Summary: 'Drive Me to the End' centers around Ryan (Richard Summers-Calvert) and Sunny (Kate Lister), estranged family members who find themselves car-sharing to a funeral in Scotland. With both ... See full summary »
Countries: UKLanguages: English

Meet The Cast

Drive Me To The End

Richard Summers-Calvert

Richard Summers-Calvert is an award winning actor, writer, director and producer. Since graduating from the Lincoln School of Performing Arts in 2013, he has been navigating the acting world, taking on roles in theatre, film and television. Most recently roles on CBBC and the feature film Edge of Extinction.

Kate Lister

Kate Lister is a Melbourne-born actress who appears as a series regular in the Re-boot of the well known Australian drama series Sea Change (Channel 9). She has currently wrapped filming on (ABC) The Heights Season 2 and has now joined the cast of Netflix Clickbait.

Claire King

Claire King is best known for playing Kim Tate in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale and Karen Betts in Bad Girls. She also appeared in the fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2006.

Tracey Wilkinson

Tracey Wilkinson is an actress best known for playing DI Barker in Bad Girls. She has also appeared in Billy Elliot (2000) and Outlander (2014). More recently, she also starred in Carnival Row as Afissa.

“The duo creates chemistry and realism that makes you forget you’re watching two actors.”

Sandy Lo – Starshine Mag

“Drive Me to the End’s quest to communicate the need for acceptance and normalization is inspiring’

Jared Charles – The Burrow Reviews

“Excellent comedic timing!”

James Palmer – Flick Feast


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