Ian McNeice gives a finely nuanced performance as radio personality 'Fats' Bannerman who transposes aspects of his lonely, down-at-heel life to ‘Miss Elizabeth’, the romantic Regency heroine of his Jane Austen style radio series Thus Engaged. When grim reality violently intrudes into Fats' frail fantasies his ability to separate fact from fiction begins to break down.
A controversial early feature from a now-established Hollywood director, Chris Monger's Voice Over divided the critics -- whose judgments varied from 'sick and disturbing' (Time Out) to 'original and provoking' (The Guardian) -- on its release.
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