And a Nightingale Sang C.P. Taylor



A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square — Tori Amos.


I first saw this around 1990 when it came on PBS American Playhouse - I think. I taped it and since then I have watched it probably 50 times. Phyllis Logan is excellent and if this had been a theatrical film I believe she would have been nominated for an Academy Award. Her performance is that good. She is so good as Helen, the crippled older daughter of a slightly dysfunctional family. She falls in love with a married soldier but believes it will work out, yet we know she will have her heart broken. I just felt so sorry for Helen when I first saw this, I remember thinking that this guy was idiot to stay with his wife and child instead of Helen. The rest of the cast is good as well and their characters are all interesting without taking away from the main storyline. I think this is out on DVD now. Rent it and you won't be disappointed. It is a wonderful film. There are many scenes that show the range of emotions that Helen feels in her first love affair and Phyllis Logan is great in all of them. This is one of the best TV movies I have ever seen, if not the best.

And A Nightingale Sang, Steppenwolf Theatre.


And A Nightingale Sang. Touched By An Angel - And A Nightingale Sang - UPtv. Directed by Robert Knights. With Phyllis Logan, Tom Watt, Joan Plowright, John Woodvine. Romance lifts a sister from a lively family in working-class Newcastle during World War II. We are currently working to package and submit A Nightingale Sang to various film festivals. Updates on that process will be posted here in the weeks to come. In the meantime, check out this Behind the Scenes look at the making of the film. Watch the full featurette on A Nightingale Sang. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square : Glenn Miller and his.