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Posted July 3, 2013 by

 
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WINNER OF 2 BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS INCLUDING ‘BEST FILM’

BROKEN

DIRECTED BY RUFUS NORRIS

STARRING TIM ROTH, CILLIAN MURPHY, RORY KINNEAR, ELOISE LAWRENCE, ROBERT EMMS, ZANA MARJANOVIC, DENIS LAWSON

RELEASED ON DVD, BLU-RAY & EST ON 1ST JULY 2013

From acclaimed director Rufus Norris, comes the British Independent Film Awards 2012 Best Film Winner BROKEN; a powerful, captivating and heartbreaking exploration of love in all its many forms; idealised, unrequited, and, ultimately, unconditional. With some light comic touches and a brilliant central performance from newcomer Eloise Laurence, this coming of age story deals with the tumultuousness of growing up in a world where the unhappy certainties of childhood give way to a fear-filled doubt, and where a complex, broken world fills the future. Featuring a stellar support cast including 2013 BIFA Best Supporting Actor winner Rory Kinnear, Tim Roth and Cillian Murphy.

Based on Daniel Clay’s acclaimed 2009 novel Broken is a story that gets to the very heart of modern social dysfunction.

The Broken soundtrack is by Electric Wave Bureau, an artists collective founded by musical director Mike Smith, artist Suzi Winstanley, Nelson De Freitas and musician Damon Albarn dedicated to composing and sourcing music for film, television, radio and online. The soundtrack also features an original song by Blur.


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