Lilting (Q&A) (14 mins)
Director Hong Khaou and actors Ben Whishaw, Peter Bowles, Morven Christie, Naomi Christie and Andrew Leung discuss Lilting, an intimate portrait of two strangers brought together by the common language of grief, at the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival opening night gala.
Featuring Hong Khaou, Ben Whishaw, Peter Bowles
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