Living


Synopsis

LIVING is the story of an ordinary man, reduced by years of oppressive office routine to a shadow existence, who at the eleventh hour makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful. An English-language adaptation of the script of "Ikiru" (1952), set in London in the 1950s.

Home Entertainment Release Date

Tuesday, April 04, 2023
Original Languages: English
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 106
Year: 2022

CREDITS

CAST
Bill Nighy
Aimee Lou Wood
Alex Sharp
DIRECTED BY
Oliver Hermanus

TRAILER


PHOTOS

Bill Nighy as Williams, Aimee Lou as Margaret Harris in LIVING. Photo credit: Jamie D. Ramsay. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Alex Sharpe as Peter Wakeling in LIVING. Photo credit: Jamie D. Ramsay. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
L to R: Hubert Burton as Rusbridger, Oliver Chris as Hart, Adrian Rawlins as Middleton in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Bill Nighy and Oliver Hermanus on the set of LIVING Photo credit: Jamie D. Ramsay. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
L to R: Zoe Boyle as Mrs. McMasters, Lia Williams as Mrs. Smith, Jessica Flood as Mrs. Porter in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Bill Nighy as Williams in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Aimee Lou as Margaret Harris in LIVING. Photo credit: Jamie D. Ramsay. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Bill Nighy as Williams in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics
Bill Nighy as Williams in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics
Bill Nighy in LIVING, photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
Alex Sharp as Peter Wakeling in LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
Bill Nighy as Williams in LIVING. Photo credit: Jamie D. Ramsay. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.
LIVING. Photo credit: Ross Ferguson. Courtesy of Number 9 films / Sony Pictures Classics.