Verve Pictures has released the UK Trailer for upcoming film Making Noise Quietly which is set for a cinematic release next month.
The film marks the cinematic directorial debut feature for renowned theatre director Dominic Dromgoole. The film is adapted from Robert Holman’s acclaimed play of the same name. Dromgoole has over 30 years experience directing for theatre now tipping his toe into film-making.
Making Noise Quietly plays beneath the shadow of war. A trio of stories set in World War 2, Falklands War and a Holocaust survivor. A moving study of the effects of war and the deep scars left behind.
MAKING NOISE QUIETLY is a triptych of encounters, all played out beneath the shadow of war. In 1944 in Kent, a conscientious objector (Luke Thompson) and a roaming artist (Matthew Tennyson) find friendship as the Second World War rages on across the Channel. In 1982 in Redcar, North Yorkshire, a bereaved mother (Barbara Marten) struggles with the memories of her son, lost in the Falklands War. In 1996, deep in the Black Forest in Southern Germany, a holocaust survivor (Deborah Findlay) seeks to bring peace to a disturbed young boy (Orton O’Brien) and his violent stepfather (Trystan Gravelle). Accompanied by a stunning score from Academy Award winner Stephen Warbeck (Shakespeare in Love, Billy Elliot), this is a moving study of the effects of war and the deep scars left behind.
The film stars Deborah Findlay (Hampstead, The Lady in the Van), Barbara Marten (The Village and People, Places and Things), Trystan Gravelle (Beast, TV’s Baptiste).Geoffrey Streatfeild (TV’s The Thick of It), newcomer Luke Thompson and from the original stage play Matthew Tennyson.
Making Noise Quietly will be released in UK and Irish Cinemas from 19th July.