Berberian Sound Studio
Life imitates art in the new Peter Strickland film, Berberian Sound Studio.
A loving homage to 1970s Italian horror, it’s based almost entirely in the confines of a sound studio for film sound effects. Set in 1976 it tells the story of a documentary sound engineer working on a low-budget Italian film who finds the walls between reality and celluloid give way. Expect witches and hacked up melons.
James from Broadcast provides the soundtrack . Another reason to watch this film..
Lots of vegetables meet a sticky end in this film.
It hits the cinemas from 31st August.