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  A Change in the Weather [read more]
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  A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER is in UK cinemas on 7th July. Directed by Jon Sanders (Back to the Garden, Painted Angels) and featuring his long-time collaborators Anna Mottram (Back to the Garden, Late September) and Bob Goody (Back to the Garden, Late September). A Change In The Weather is set in the heart of French Cathar Country and explores the changing nature of love. It includes performances from celebrated German actress and singer Meret Becker; playwright Stephen Lowe's screen debut and composer Douglas Finch, who also appears as a musician, with much of the score recorded as live.

A Change In The Weather follows a theatre director who, in an attempt to revisit a creative collaboration and revive his marriage, brings together a group of performers to spend a week with the couple in an isolated part of southern France. As the work progresses, fiction and reality become blurred and there is a constant tension between the characters' emotional lives and the nature of the work - an investigation into the changing nature of love. The couple are haunted by memories and dreams which, in the end, threaten not only the venture but the marriage itself. All this is underpinned by a sense of melancholy, reflected in the songs and music performed, and in the dramatic and implacably beautiful landscape. Try the trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [28 Jun 2017 at 23:43]

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