REVIEW: Making Noise Quietly

Dominic Dromgoole’s beautifully sensitive take on Robert Holman’s short plays effectively examines the various ways that war impacts on people’s lives. Having first been seen on stage in 1986 at London’s Bush Theatre, Robert Holman’s wonderfully insightful short plays translate well to screen thanks to director Dominic Dromgoole’s sensitive but sharply thoughtful film. Spread across… Read More

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