SLEEP FURIOUSLY

SLEEP FURIOUSLY

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'Sleep Furiously', directed by Gideon Koppel, made waves at the 2008 Edinburgh Film Festival and became one of the most critically acclaimed new British films of the year. It was described in the Independent on Sunday by Jonathan Romney as "sublime" and a signal of a British art cinema resurgence. The film is a meditative study of a small farming community in mid-Wales that observes the rhythms of country life, and the rhythms of the monthly visits of the mobile library. But it is a life that is changing - the village school is about to close, mechanisation is replacing many of the old ways, congregations are dwindling, but the village show and the sheepdog trials carry on. Koppel's interest in the eccentricities of life is simultaneously affectionate, moving and very funny.
U
94 minutes
2008
Documentary
United Kingdom
English
None
New Wave Films

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