Award winning young adult writer Meg Rosoff’s debut novel, How I Live Now (published by Penguin), has been adapted from a screenplay by Jeremy Brock (The Eagle, The Last King Of Scotland), Penelope Skinner (‘Fresh Meat’) and Tony Grisoni (Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
, ‘Red Riding Trilogy’), HOW I LIVE NOW deftly and expertly weaves themes of love, loss and belonging with the harshness of war, chaos and carnage.
HOW I LIVE NOW stars Academy award winner and British Independent Film nominee Saoirse Ronan (Atonement, The Lovely Bones, The Host) for her role as courageous and resilient Daisy; George Mackay (The Boys are Back, Peter Pan, Defiance) as strong and enigmatic Eddie; Tom Holland (The Impossible) as boisterous Isaac; Harley Bird as the baby of the family, Piper; and Anna Chancellor (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The Hour) as Aunt Penn.
One explosive summer, can change your future forever as HOW I LIVE NOW arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and on demand on 10 February 2014.
Title: HOW I LIVE NOW
Release Date: 10 February 2014
Genre: Action/ Drama
Runtime: 101 minutes
Format: Blu-ray and DVD
‘The Making of’ featurette
Featuring some of his darkest, most nihilistic work to date, the score is built from two contrasting elements – atonal, sub-terrestrial drones with a backbone of pounding rhythms, and sublimely pastoral acoustic piano. These two opposing musical forces guide the viewer through the film, by turns disturbing and beautifully meditative. Hopkins was recently nominated for a Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize for a second time for his fourth solo album, the universally acclaimed Immunity, already widely regarded as a landmark moment in British electronic music.
He was also nominated for the award two years ago for his collaborative album with King Creosote, Diamond Mine. He received an Ivor Novello Award nomination for his beautifully ominous yet ethereal score for the modern sci-fi classic Monsters and he co-wrote the music for The Lovely Bones with Brian Eno. Available on Just Music
Meg Rosoff’s ‘How I Live Now’ launched to critical acclaim and won the Guardian and Branford Boase Awards and was short-listed for the Orange Prize for New Fiction as well as the Whitbread when it was first published in 2004. Rosoff’s dreamy, seductive writing delivers a truly explosive tale of love and war worthy of the avalanche of praise it received on publication.