A story about real life early 20th century British composer and music critic Philip Arnold Heseltine.

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Lily Buxton
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Oscar Butterworth
Hilton McRae ...
Gerald Duffy
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Madge Ryan
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Mrs. Heseltine
Domini Blythe ...
Lady Virginia Milford
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Sir Charles Devlin
Chris Wiggins ...
Angus Fergusson
David Frances ...
Eric
Jonathan Stark ...
Concerned Man
Benoît Langlais ...
Young Heseltine
Martin Kevan ...
Radio Announcer
Frank Schorpion ...
George Hesletine
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A story about real life early 20th century British composer and music critic Philip Arnold Heseltine.

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Rated R for a scene of strong sexuality | See all certifications »
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15 September 1995 (Canada)  »

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Voices from a Locked Room  »

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The Nature of Things
Written by John Durrill
Performed by Sylvia McNair and Eric Reed
Produced by Alex Steyermark
Courtesy of Sony Classical
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Stretching the truth
11 December 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've been a fan of early 20th century British music for years, have many recordings of Peter Warlock's works, and have read about Philip Heseltine <no spoilers>. I have NEVER come across any reference to the convoluted plot twists that the movie purports are part of his life story. A drunkard, yes, but a psychotic? Hmmm. Good performances, tho, and perhaps the BEST performance is by Sylvia McNair, whose golden voice graces most of the pop and classical pieces in the soundtrack. (One good Warlock story...he wrote one of his most famous Christmas carols along with a poet friend, and sold it to a newspaper in order to have enough money to get drunk on Christmas.)


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