20 April 2024
A Clever Woman out in UK from 21st April from Till Stories

Jon Sanders A Clever Woman Gets A New UK Trailer

The last time we had a look at Jon Sanders A Clever Woman it was about to make it’s premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival. Sadly the film festival closed (hopefully will return sooner than later), thankfully we have a new Trailer for the British indie. Even better Tull Stories have announced the film will be released cinematically from April!

Josie Lawrence and Tanya Myers stars as Phoebe and Dot, sisters. Both returning to their family home on the Isle of Wight a year after the death of their mother who also happens to be a composer. As they prepare the house for its sale, clearing decades of family clutter, they have started to work on a site-specific performance piece about their complex relationship with their mother and her serial infidelities

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Beguiling and free-spirited, A Clever Woman is an uplifting and emotionally intense film exploring sisterly bonds and the process of mourning. Sisters and performance artists Phoebe and Dot (Josie Lawrence and Tanya Myers) have returned to their family home on the Isle of Wight a year after the death of their composer mother.

As they prepare the house for its sale, clearing decades of family clutter, they have started to work on a site-specific performance piece about their complex relationship with their mother and her serial infidelities; this incorporates her compositions for pianola, mostly songs using the poems of Mary Coleridge the Victorian feminist, one of which A Clever Woman gives the film its title.

Over one day, they – plus house-sitting musician Tom (James Northcote) and the sisters’ producer/curator Monica are forced to engage with the ghosts of the past and the void left behind.

The film also stars James Northcote, Anna Mottram, Bob Goody. A Clever Woman will be released in UK cinemas from 21st April.


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