Lydia was perfect, because Soft Voice told her exactly what to do and what to say. But one day, Soft Voice left. SOFT VOICE is an immersive audiodrama about imposter syndrome, perfectionism, and self-loathing starring Naomi Scott, Bel Powley and Olivia Cooke, written and directed by James Bloor.
Introducing: The Beautiful Liar
Requiem | Episode 10
Blood Poem | Episode 9
Family of Origin | Episode 8
Re-perfection | Episode 7
That’s How the Light Gets in | Episode 6
Great listen and brilliantly acted
Brilliant piece of work! Could definitely have done without the 10 minute intro of MFM, ahem I mean, Juicy Killings though. Didn’t add anything to an already excellent story. Acting is also brilliant - I would definitely listen to another story acted and produced by these women
Please, more soft voice!
Please can there be another Soft Voice? I keep checking back here, it’s my favourite !So refreshing and creative. Funny, surprising, at times sinister and tense. Just brilliant and original!
A radio drama that needs to be heard
Amazing sound production, editing and performances that will draw you in.
The Juicy Killings episode is at first self-indulgent and a lame attempt at spoofing a certain type of podcast, and the "gainax ending" will leave you wanting for a season 2 if it doesn't make you wonder about the philosophy of dualism. However the performances from class A British actresses wells up enough emotion to make this a 5 star podcast.
Also one of the best and most honest depiction of schizophrenia you'll find in pop culture. Sometimes horrifying but always poignant.