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Ray And Liz No one younger than 15 may see a 15 film in a cinema.

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2019
15
8th March
Ray And Liz

Directed by

Richard Billingham

Starring

Richard Ashton
Jamie-Lee Beacher
Michelle Bonnard
Sam Dodd
James Eeles
Sam Gittins
James Hinton
Andrew Jefferson-Tierney
Patrick Romer
Justin Salinger
Ella Smith
Tony Way

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Movie details
UK total gross
£45,040
6365
Ray And Liz
6366

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Genres:
Drama

Popular in: United States and Russia

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Other Box Office History
8 March 2019
£16,436
15 March 2019
£6,561
22 March 2019
£989
29 March 2019
£2,111
5 April 2019
£136
19 April 2019
£214
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News from around the web
Ray & Liz review: 'Unexpectedly moving and graceful'  The Independent

Dir: Richard Billingham; Starring: Ella Smith, Justin Salinger, Patrick Romer, Tony Way. Cert 15, 108 mins Richard Billingham's virtuoso debut feature is set in ...

Thu, 7th March 2019

Review: 'Ray & Liz' is a bleak, beautiful memoir of an unhappy English childhood  Los Angeles Times

“My father, Raymond, is a chronic alcoholic. He doesn't like going outside and mostly drinks homebrew.” The lines come from the back cover of “Ray's a Laugh,” ...

Thu, 18th July 2019

Ray & Liz review – Richard Billingham’s extraordinary family album brought to life  The Guardian

The photographer's first feature film is full of love and unflinching detail.

Sun, 10th March 2019

Ray & Liz draws an intensely specific portrait of a troubled working-class upbringing  The A.V. Club

Memories both joyous and painful are recreated and thus transformed in Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes, Terence Davies' 1988 and 1992 ...

Mon, 8th July 2019

‘Ray & Liz’ Review: Alcoholic Misery in England’s Black Country  The New York Times

The artist and photographer Richard Billingham expands his portraits of his dysfunctional family in this bleak fictionalized feature film.

Tue, 9th July 2019

'Ray & Liz' Review: Richard Billingham Filters His Memories Into a Bleak and Beautiful Memoir  IndieWire

“Ray & Liz” — the haunted and pungent debut feature by photographer Richard Billingham, who's been dabbling in the form since the late '90s — feels like ...

Thu, 11th July 2019