Review: Everyday

(Michael Winterbottom, 2012)

Maintaining his industrious efforts in delivering a film each year, Michael Winterbottom brings us his latest feature Everyday; bringing him back to the grey climes of England after sojourns to India and Texas in Trishna and The Killer Inside Me respectively. Shirley Henderson stars (in her sixth collaboration with Winterbottom) alongside John Simm, in a project elegantly pieced together and filmed over the space of five years. The film charts the tumultuous nature of a family torn apart, and the love they express from an unavoidable distance. (Continue reading here)

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