As Scotland goes to the polls to decide the destiny of the nation, a Glasgow family find themselves caught in the fleeting moment between the past and the future and between hope and fear.
'Autumn Leaves' is a domestic comedy in the style of TVs 'The Royle Family' mixed with the sarcastic wit of 'Frasier' combined with the grumblings of Victor Meldrew's 'One Foot in the Grave', set in Glasgow.
It is the story of the McMillan family set on the night of the Scottish Independence Referendum, 18th September 2014. It is a story about love and loss, about family disunity and forgiveness, and about the choices we make and accept in our daily lives. It is about recognising what's important to each of us individually, and in turn, helping to put aside petty differences and to stand up and fight for the life we think we each deserve. It is the story of self discovery and reconciliation, not necessarily with others, but primarily with oneself.