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Some Voices

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Synopsis

Adapted for the screen by Jon Penhall, from his own play, Some Voices is an emotionally charged drama/comedy of life in west London - a love story and an examination of the relationship between two larger-than-life brothers. The film tells the story of Ray, who is released from a psychiatric hospital into the care of his over-worked and over-protective brother, restaurateur Pete. Things start well, with Ray working for his brother with comic consequences. But when Ray falls head over heels in love with Laura, a wild Scottish girl, and stops taking his medication, things start to spiral out of control.

Details

Year
2000
Type of film
Features
Format
35mm Kodak
Director
Simon Cellan-Jones
Producer
Damian Jones, Graham Broadbent
Editor
Elen Pierce Lewis
Screenwriter
Joe Penhall
Director of Photography
David Odd
Sound
Richard Flynn
Principal Cast
Daniel Craig, David Morrissey, Kelly MacDonald, Julie Graham, Peter McDonald

Genre

Production Company

Dragon Pictures
Contact: Katrina Stevenson
23 Golden Square
London W1R 3PA
Tel: 020 7734 6303
Fax: 020 7734 6202
info@dragonpictures.demon.co.uk

Sales
Company

FilmFour
76-78 Charlotte Street
London W1P 1LX
filmfourintl@channel4.co.uk
http://www.filmfour.com