Distant Voices, Still Lives


Tinted with all the sensuous pathos of a faded photograph, Terence Davies’ 1988 debut remains one of the most stunning British films ever made. Two weddings and a funeral anchor this autobiographical cine-poem following the life of a working-class family in post-war Liverpool. Clocking in at just 85 minutes, this poignant, vivid masterpiece is truly unique. 


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