UK – Drama – Year: 2013 – Running time: 104 mins
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Joanna Hogg (Unrelated, Archipelago) explores middle class, bohemian life in contemporary Britain in what critics have acclaimed is a brilliant and sensual film. A pair of fifty-something artists, D and H, are taking stock of their lives, deciding to sell their modernist, glass box of a London home, which they have shared for the last twenty years and on which they have clearly lavished great attention, and money. Now is the time to face difficult conversations and choices which, up to now, have been avoided.
Exhibition reaffirms Hogg’s status as a distinctive, singular and challenging voice of British cinema.
Mark Kermode, The Observer
Director – Joanna Hogg
Archipelago (2010) / Unrelated (2007)