Terence Davies film, depicting life in working-class Liverpool from the 1940s into the 50s, is 30 years old this year, and already a modern classic. Now that Eileen, Maisie, and Tony are adults, their childhood memories and in particular those associated with their father are inconsistent. While Eileen clings to happier times, her siblings remember his brutal violent nature, which has been a major influence on their growth and development. This troubled family must deal with the day-to-day alongside their past. Terence Davies creates a loving portrait with this partly... autobiographical tale (shot in two sections), and it was voted one of the greatest British films by Sight and Sound. Distant Voices, Still Lives has been restored in 4K resolution by the BFI under the supervision and approval of director Terence Davies. Special Features: New 4K digital restoration from the original 35mm camera negative, approved by director Terence Davies Q&A With Terence Davies (2018, 32 mins): recorded after the UK premiere of the new restoration at BFI Southbank Audio commentary by Terence Davies: the director scrutinises his film in this commentary from 2007 Interview With Terence Davies (2007, 20 mins): director Terence Davies discusses his work with film critic Geoff Andrew Interview With Miki van Zwanenberg (2007, 7 mins): the film's art director looks back on its making Introduction by Mark Kermode (2016,2 mins) Images of Liverpool in Archive Film (1939-42, 62 mins): three archive shorts depicting the city of Liverpool and its community Original and 2018 trailers Image gallery Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the film by critic Derek Malcolm and art director Miki van Zwanenberg, essays by Geoff Andrew and Adrian Danks, and full film credits [show more]
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