Some Voices details
|Starring:||David Morrissey, Kelly MacDonald, Nick Palliser, Julie Graham, Peter McDonald, Daniel Craig|
|Director:||Simon Cellan Jones|
|Collections:||The Best of Daniel Craig|
|Run time:||1 hour 36 minutes|
|Rental release:||Currently unavailable|
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A MustBy a customer from North Wales , 20 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]This is an authentic and honest look at mental illness. This is a reality for many people and is a reflection of some peoples lives.
An intesting, entertaining and often funny look at this serious issue.
Worth a look
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EXCELLENT - You must see this filmBy Dot2 (165 reviews) from Leicestershire , 18 Mar 2009I only watched this film (one of many)after reading Daniel Craigs unauthorised biography. He could never be typecast as James Bond if his acting ability is this good. Some Voices was a lovely film, a sensitive story with some funny moments. Both Daniel Craig and David Morrissey acted their socks off. I was very disappointed in the review given by Alex Gener from Blackheath. This is a film to watch with empathy for the mental illness sufferer and those closest to them - not to ridicule them just because they live in an undesirable part of London. Mental illness has not geographical boundaries - it can happen to anyone, anywhere at any time. If you have any doubts about watching this film,,,,,,,, please don't. You will enjoy it.
Some VoicesBy a customer from Derby , 09 Nov 2008Realistic and moving story of a man released from a mental hospital and his relationship with another former patient as they cope with life interrupted by voices, medication and the other obstacles thrown up by mental illness. Daniel Craig and David Morrissey are excellent as brothers trying to run a cafe despite Craig's mental ups and downs.
Some VoicesBy danielsgirl (4 reviews) from York , 22 Jun 2008Daniel Craig's performance in this film is outstanding. The character Ray he plays is wonderfully portrayed. The cinematography is absolutely outstanding and makes the story watcheable from beginning to end. This is the true Daniel Craig as an actor. For someone who only asked a psychiatrist for some knowledge on the subject of schizophrenia he has fully understood the condition. Forget about the speedo's and the DB9's this man can ACT.
UnderstatedBy a customer from London , 03 Jun 2008Very well made portrayl of mental illness
Funny and bittersweetBy Andrina Baird from Glasgow , 25 Jan 2008Rented this as I am quite a Daniel Craig fan. Was not disappointed. Lovely to see him do something funny (although not laugh out loud obvious humour - be warned). A touching and believable story. Great acting from all, especially Kelly McDonald and David Morrissey. If you want to see Bond do some real acting, get this! HIghly recommended.