Gary Oldman revealed himself as a filmmaker of uncompromising talent with Nil by Mouth, his debut and so far only directorial feature.
Set on a council estate in New Cross, south east London (the area where Oldman himself grew up), a dysfunctional family encounters domestic violence, drunkenness, drug addiction and petty crime. Featuring career-best performances from Kathy Burke (winner of Best Actress at Cannes), Ray Winstone and Charlie Creed-Miles, all superbly supported by Laila Morse and Jamie Foreman, Nil by Mouth was awarded Best British Film and Best Original Screenplay at the 1997 Bafta awards.
This intensely powerful and emotional landmark of British cinema has been remastered in 4K for its 25th anniversary by the BFI National Archive, and this release is the first time on Blu-ray anywhere in the world.
- Newly remastered in 4K by the BFI National Archive
- Limited edition 2-disc set
- Newly recorded audio commentary by writer and director Gary Oldman and producer Douglas Urbanski
- Interviews with the cast and crew
- Perfect-bound book featuring new and archive writing on the film, and rare production materials from Gary Oldman’s personal archive
- Newly created English subtitles for the Deaf and partial hearing
- Newly created audio description track
- Other extras TBC
- **All extras are TBC and subject to change**