Some Voices (2000)

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A schizophrenic causes havoc in his brother's restaurant.

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6 January 2019 | michael-kerrigan-526-124974
8
| Beautiful story of mental illness and love
I've watched two films tonight back to back; Ken Loach's Ladybird Ladybird and now Some voices. What a double bill and compelling evidence that British film is wonderful. Daniel Craig is Ray, recently released from a psychiatric hospital. He meets the lovely Glaswegian girl Laura (Kelly Macdonald) and is so happy he thinks he no longer needs his medication. His brother (Scouser David Morrissey with a very strange and to be honest sometimes offputting Southern accent) looks after him through thick and thin. Blood is thicker than water and all that. A beautiful story of love and humanity against the backdrop of mental illness. A moving 8 out of ten

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Ray Winstone played the lead in the original London stage production.


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Laura: Squeeze the breath out of me. It makes me feel safe.


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Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness
Written by
John Prine
Published by Big Ears Music LTD
Performed by Alabama 3
Courtesy of Elemental Records and Geffen Records
Under Licence from Universal Music Enterprises

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