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From Scotland with Love

From Scotland with Love

Film Details

Year

2014

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Documentary

Language

English


Synopsis

Pieced together using Scottish film archive and an emotive musical score by composer King Creosote, this poetic documentary dives into Scotland’s past. With archival clips of everyday life and featuring ordinary people, the film also explores universal themes such as migration, work, family, resistance, love, and grief. With the absence of narration, viewers are invited to derive their own meaning and connection with the past. This is a valuable introduction to archive filmmaking for young people that can be also used to discuss Scottish history and culture.

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U Classification

no material likely to offend or harm.

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