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Voices (1995)

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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
Bronwen Mantel ...
Madge Ryan
Dilys Laye ...
Mrs. Heseltine
Domini Blythe ...
Lady Virginia Milford
Colin Fox ...
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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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Sleep
Written by Peter Warlock
Used by permission of Oxford University Press
Arranged by Elliot Goldenthal
Performed by The Mendelssohn Quartet with Diane Walsh
Produced by Elliot Goldenthal and Alex Steyermark
Courtesy of Sony Classical
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accurate or not, this film is hot!
10 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jeremy Northam is unbelievably BELIEVABLE in this film (as usual). Truly an under-used actor considering his remarkable ability to "become" his character. (Granted, he tends to play similar characters over again, but why stop when you're on a roll--or role?) I've read much about the film's historical inaccuracies, and while that may be, people still also rent "Immortal Beloved" which is similarly inaccurate but a well-made film nonetheless. Northam is on the same pedestal occupied in my mind by Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman. They are incredibly REAL in their portrayals--you'd believe anything they tell you regardless of how bizarre because they come across as genuine. Aside from one corny sequence in this film (a recollection that includes a flaming piano--no kidding, it's terribly done), the film is engaging and well-shot. (For real Northam lovers, there's also some ultra-high-quality butt...and then some...footage. He's a sex God.) Whoof! Apart from that, still a well-made, enjoyable film. (But especially BECAUSE of that.)


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