Director: Michael Winterbottom
From one of the most prolific directors around, Everyday is a drama shot in bits over five years (during which time Winterbottom found time to direct numerous other films). Looking at the British prison system or, more specifically, the effect is has on families on the outside, it's the absorbing documentary-like story of a mother and her four young children growing up while their father remains incarcerated, with the film revisiting them as the years move on. Captivating and moving, it's another successful experiment from a filmmaker who refuses to rest on his laurels.
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