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Can a pair of handcuffs turn a pair of enemies into lovers? Adam (Luke Treadaway) is the lead singer with successful retro-pop group The Make, who are booked to headline a high-profile music festival in Scotland. Adam arrives at the festival with his keyboard player Tyko (Mat Baynton) and socialite girlfriend Lake (Ruta Gedmintas), but while trying to track down his manager, he happens upon Morello (Natalia Tena), the frontwoman for the all-female punk band The Dirty Pinks. Morello doesn't think much of Adam and his music, and the feeling is mutual on his part; the two are soon engaged in a fierce argument that attracts the attention of a renegade preacher attending the festival. To teach them a lesson about cooperation and compromise, the preacher handcuffs Adam and Morello together and then throws away the key. Stuck with one another until they can find a locksmith, Adam and Morello are not at all happy with this arrangement -- especially since it means performing together on stage -- but as the day wears on, the two musicians find they have more in common than they thought, and Morello begins to wonder if she's really happy with her boyfriend Mark (Alastair Mackenzie). You Instead was shot on location at the ground of Scotland's annual T In The Park music festival, with most of the scenes filmed while the event was taking place.
Comedy in which two rival musicians are handcuffed together at a music festival. Adam (Luke Treadway) and Morello (Natalia Tena) appear to be as far apart from each other as performers at the same festival can be. Adam is a member of a famous US boy band called 'The Make' and is in a relationship with a bland model, Lake (Ruta Gedmintas). Morello, in contrast, fronts the 'Dirty Pinks', an up-and-coming female indie band. When the two are handcuffed together by an eccentric festival-goer, who proceeds to make off with the key, the pair can only hope the unifying power of music will work its magic. Not least as they both have to take to the stage that day...