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Voices (1995)

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

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Oscar Butterworth
Hilton McRae ...
Gerald Duffy
Bronwen Mantel ...
Madge Ryan
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Mrs. Heseltine
Domini Blythe ...
Lady Virginia Milford
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Sir Thomas Beecham
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Sir Charles Devlin
Chris Wiggins ...
Angus Fergusson
David Frances ...
Eric
Jonathan Stark ...
Concerned Man
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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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Soundtracks

After You've Gone
Written by Henry Creamer and Turner Layton (as J. Turner Layton)
Used by permission of Morley Music Company
Performed by Sylvia McNair and Eric Reed
Produced by Alex Steyermark
Courtesy of Sony Classical
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Fascinating story but almost all untrue
10 June 2000 | by See all my reviews

After seeing on video this extraordinary schizo biopic I accessed the Peter Warlock home page and found that except for his death by "gas poisoning" (which was not declared to be suicide) there is very little truth in the film. Including the music. Only one song in the film was actually written by Warlock - the rest of Warlock's music was written for the film. There was no secret of Warlock's identity and he apparently he did not review his own music. But there is a splendid performance by Jeremy Northam and the sets and costumes are great. Just don't believe the story.


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