Tag Archives: Kate Barker-Froyland

May 27

Song One – The music of our united isolation. (film review)

Like many films unfairly derided, if you skim the surface of Song One, and point-blank refuse to be seduced by its depths, there is plenty at which to poke a pointy critical stick. A small estranged family, already burdened by grief, are united over one member laying in a coma in hospital, by using music […]