In Tilbury ( near Cambridge )

A story in a supermarket and fullfilment centre in Tilbury England.

  • Peter Handley
  • Peter Handley
  • Peter Handley
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    6 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 20, 2020
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    0 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
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    United Kingdom
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  • KINO London
    United Kingdom
    February 20, 2020
    Plaistow Police Station Squat
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Director Biography - Peter Handley

Peter Handley was born in a small village next to what was Sherwood Forest, England, in the first decade at the beginning of the end of the age of Aquarius. He has been variously described as a theatre director / manager, poet, voice artist, an Indian Oscar award winning actor and writer. He is published in numerous literary journals, trained, amongst other places, at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and continues to tell stories in all the right hostelries to promote positive growth all around the world and in his back garden. His first solo exhibition of works on paper was in Vienna late 2014. Thirty three of those 108 pieces are on permanent exhibition in the Universal Township of Auroville in south India.
His ‘Uncollected’ poetic writing is available through a google search.

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Tilbury, at the mouth of the river Thames estuary England. People come to shop in a supermarket opposite a Fulfilment Centre just by Windrush Avenue and Colonial Way.
In the pre-viral days of unthinking consumption when life was mostly Pink and people had not to think in Green.

You might be unfamiliar with 'dimeloquence' used in the last line of the spoken word.

DIMELOQUENT : ineffectual expression or ability to communicate or ideate emotion or feeling, most usually suppressed.'
I made it up. It's dime/dollarish, of little apparent value.

'In Tilbury, near Cambridge' is the second film in a collection of seven short films called 'ALL TOLD' which accompanies a new science fiction film 'ATOPIA' (see to be released at the end of 2020.
Music for Brass Band 'Diurnal' originally conceived by composer Andy Bungay as an unfinished suite for a BBC Alan Bennett commission accompanies all seven stories.
Each independent chapter has it's own found-sound loop.

The other film chapters in 'ALL TOLD' are

The Saturday Poem
In Cambridge, near Tilbury
eVery Little Helps
More Reasons
and two more in production complete a week all told.

August/September 2020.