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
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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 ...
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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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The Whiffenpoof Song
Words by Rudyard Kipling
Music by Meade Minnigerode, George S. Pomeroy and Tod B. Galloway
Used by permission of G. Schirmer Inc.
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Under-rated dark psychodrama from London.
26 August 2001 | by (Orange County, CA USA) – See all my reviews

"Voices...", a brooding dark psychodrama set in London in 1930, tells of a feud between a music critic and a reclusive composer which turns violent and the girl/lover caught in the middle. This fat, sumptuous, sepia toned, and sometimes tedious psychodrama features fine performances by the two principals (Northam & Bergen), excellent musical scores both foreground and background, and is much underrated and underhyped.

VIEWER ADVISORY: The less read about this film prior to viewing the better. I read one user comment on IMDB.com which spoiled both the "hook" in the middle and the finale.


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