Little Voice

LITTLE VOICE
little-voice
Review: The story of a young girl who can only express herself through famous vintage songs. She finds herself noticed by a sleazy talent agent. Meanwhile she meets a kind but nervous man who becomes her best friend.
Director: Mark Herman
Actors: Brenda Blethyn, Jane Horrocks, Michael Caine, Ewan McGregor and Jim Broadbent
Year: 1998
Genre: Art House, Comedy, Drama, International and Music
Conclusion: 3/5
This is based on Jim Cartwright’s play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, which premiered in 1992 at the National Theatre in London. A brilliant drama staring Ewan McGregor and Michael Caine. Jane Horrocks is fabulous in this and gives a performance of a lifetime. All the way through this film she actually sang all her own songs. At the Golden Globe Awards in 1999 won for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical.

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