My good friend and cinematographer Vernon Layton shot a film (he was also a producer it) last year called ‘Day Of The Flowers’ and I am planning a Script To Screen event with him and the film very soon, but in the mean time, if you get chance, try and see it on the big screen in your local multiplex, it’s a real crowd pleaser.
Here are a few of the most recent reviews…
Sparky performances – The Independent
Birthistle is ….gritty, complex Evening Standard
Surprising and heartfelt…. touching and original depictions of female complexity. Little White Lies
Colourful and wryly humorous — Radio Times
Closer to Mamma Mia than Marx – Guardian
The real romance here is between the camera and the beautiful streets of Cuba – Total Film
The movie looks fantastic….drenched in sunlight and with a fabulous Cuban soundtrack – Female First
The star has to be Carlos Acosta…it would be good to see more of him on the big screen. – The Film Review,
Engaging performances, a terrific sound track—View London
Cuba really does look gorgeous…Wakefield’s a lot of fun to watch. – Contact Music
Fast moving and punchy…no time to get bored – Britflicks
An original idea, cleverly executed. Cine Vue
An infectious soundtrack and stunning performances by Acosta and Simpson – The Upcoming
A charmer of a drama from John Roberts – Scottish Herald
You can check if its screening near you HERE. And they have a Facebook page HERE.
Onwards and upwards!
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