Nil By Mouth
Cert: 18 Year: 1997 Length: 124 mins
An uncompromising, semi auto-biographical tale from writer/director Oldman, who grew up in working-class London, the setting for this bleak account of domestic violence, addiction and crime. Burke (Best Actress, Cannes) and Winstone give superb performances, while Oldman's directorial debut has been likened to the work of Cassavetes - praise indeed.
Geoff Andrew, Programmer, National Film Theatre
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