Winning Wavertree, the film: a crushing electoral defeat
Imagine the scene at the Garmoyle: Lib-Dem activists hurrying around, printing off leaflets, stuffing envelopes.
Weary souls will slump down in the Liverpool Lib-Dem HQ returning to the office with very little sleep after spending days in the run up to the general election pounding the streets.
"We don't want to get carried away yet, but we are quietly confident that Colin will beat Luciana," one campaigner will look at the camera and say.
It could possibly be the opening sequence of "Winning Wavertree".
Winning Wavertree was intended to be a film documenting Colin Eldridge's victory in the parliamentary seat in the 2010 general election.
With Nick Clegg riding high in the polls at the time of filming in May, the party expected Eldridge to sweep into Wavertree.
As we know things panned out a bit differently, he was crushed and polled less votes than in 2005.
Winning Wavertree is directed by Luke Massey, the talented film-director brother of Eldridge's election agent Tom Morrison.
Apparently the film will be edited at some point this year and may make it to the small screen.
I am reliably told that the worts and all documentary will show the usually hidden from view effort that goes into attempting to win a parliamentary seat.
It promises to be an interesting insight, not just into the bitter campaign for Wavertree, but also into the contribution of activists to politics in our country.