Making Noise Quietly

Making Noise Quietly

Making Noise Quietly – adapted from Robert Holman's much loved play – tells three stories about the aftermath of war, beautifully crafted portraits of trauma, healing and human-scale tragedy.

Kent, 1994: a bohemian artist and a conscientious objector find connection as the Second World War rages.

1982, Yorkshire: a grieving mother comes to terms with the loss of her son after his death in the Falklands.

1996, Black Forest, Germany: a Holocaust survivor heals the wounds between a disturbed boy and his abusive father.

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Director:

Dominic Dromgoole

Starring:

Deborah Findlay, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Trystan Gravelle

Running Time:

95 minutes

Certificate:

15
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