MAKING NOISE QUIETLY is a delicate, witty and poetic triptych of stories that paint a human picture of the subtly devastating effects of war.
Despite filming in Kent which has plenty of coast line the director Dominic Dromgoole, whose first feature this is, insisted on taking the unit up to Redcar in Cleveland to make use of the sea view there. About 3 days of filming was done in 29 Granville Terrace's front room which looks out onto the beach and sea. Visiting the location and speaking to one of the crew I was told that Dominic wanted to film at Redcar as he'd had something to do with Atonement (2007)_ which was partly filmed there. In fact he's credited with 'Thanks'.