Mrs Lowry & Son UK Trailer Highlights Life Of An Iconic Artist And His Mother

L.S. Lowry, was one of Britain’s most iconic artists. In Mrs Lowry & Son we see another side of his life, his relationship with his mother Elizabeth. Whom he lived until her death. Timothy Spall plays Lowry and Vanessa Redgrave his overbearing mother.

This Sunday the film make its World Premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival. To celebrate the upcoming premiere Vertigo Releasing has released the film’s UK Trailer.

The film follows Lowry in the beginnings of his career, as he yearns for his work to be appreciated in London. However, his disdainful mother, Elizabeth actively tries to dissuade her bachelor son from pursuing his artistic ambitions. Elizabeth never fails to voice her opinion at what a disappointment he is to her. At the same time, the film explores how Elizabeth is the very reason Lowry paints anything at all, as he desperately seeks to create something, anything, which will make her happy, creating a clever layer of tragic irony. This powerful, yet humorous story imagines the impact this obsessive mother and son relationship had on the great artist. Love is at the very heart of this film.

L.S. Lowry became internationally famous for his depictions of 20th century industrial life in the North West of England, and the legacy of his work remains a huge presence in the region, not least at The Lowry, a purpose-built art gallery in Salford Quays. Such was his eventual success that he was offered five honours over his lifetime, including a knighthood in 1968 – all of which he rejected – and his work was displayed in a retrospective, record-breaking exhibition at the Tate. His work sells for millions.

The film co-stars Stephen Lord, Wendy Morgan and Michael Keogh.

Mrs Lowry & Son will close the Edinburgh Film Festival on 30th June . The film will be released in UK and Irish cinemas from 30th August.

 

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