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EVERYDAY

by Michael Winterbottom

synopsis

Four young children are growing up with their mother while their father is in prison for a crime that is never dwelt on. Karen juggles the demands of their everyday lives with her job as a bartender at the village local and the long train journeys to visit her husband Ian. As the children grow-up, Ian’s incarceration and the family separation becomes simultaneously intolerable and routine.

original title: Everyday
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Bankside Films
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Michael Winterbottom
film run: 94'
screenplay: Michael Winterbottom, Laurence Coriat
cast: Shirley Henderson, John Simm, Shaun Kirk
cinematography by: Sean Bobbitt, James Clarke, Annemarie Lean-Vercoe, Simon Tindall, Marcel Zyskind
film editing: Mags Arnold, Paul Monaghan
producer: Melissa Parmenter
production: Revolution Films, Channel 4
distributor: Film4 Distribution
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