This relatable movie for most couples is quite entertaining.
Shot from the movie 'Together'
The past year and a half have been so difficult for everyone, especially couples whose relationships were already on the rocks since we all had to be under strict lockdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it was especially hard on the husband and wife in Stephen Daldry’s BBC drama film Together.
The movie was shot in just 10 days during the lockdown period this past spring. UK favourite actors James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan feature in the movie and their marriage is in crisis. They are confined to four walls of their apartment and are together 24/7. The film was premiered earlier this year overseas and it finally gets a stateside theatrical release from Bleeker Street Films on August 27.
The movie is written by celebrated British screen scribe and playwright Dennis Kelly who created movies such as Utopia and is also the co-creator of The Third Day and Pulling. The upcoming flick is the story of a family, like so many, who found a way to survive together, The movie is set off hilariously and emotionally which showcases the two partners who are forced to re-evaluate themselves and their relationship through the reality of lockdown.
Horgan is loved for his performance in front of the camera and the creative force behind series like Pulling which was co-created with Kelly. She has done other movies such as Catastrophe, Divorce and This Way Up among many more. On the other hand, McAvoy has recently lent his voice to The Sandman and also did a role in His Dark Materials. Glass and It Chapter Two are the actor's most recent films.