Lydia was perfect, because Soft Voice told her exactly what to do and what to say. But one day, Soft Voice left.
SOFT VOICE stars Naomi Scott, Olivia Cooke, and Bel Powley.
Written and directed by James Bloor.
Lydia attends her grandmother's memorial. And after the arrival of an unexpected guest, everything comes to a head.
By the light of the moon, Lydia reads the love poem that Jean hid in her funeral clutch.
Family of Origin
Lydia returns to her family home ahead of Granny Night-Night’s memorial service. Whilst there she gains a valuable insight.
Soft Voice has restored Lydia’s life to perfection. Though some things can never be repaired.
That’s How the Light Gets in
New lovers quickly become disappointments, and Jean is no exception. Chasing an old high, Lydia cuts a deal with Dark Voice.
Tracey Delivo and Carolyn Occhialini host the 79th episode of their beloved True Crime podcast, ‘Juicy Killings’. Sharing Jean’s headphones, Lydia and Jean listen together while they fall asleep.
The voices are delicious. The story is out there and I already miss it. I liked how one of the episodes deviated from the main story. An unpopular opinion, but stay with this.
Soft Voice is an exquisite and dark oddity. Ride this one out. Worth the listen.
Though this podcast is quite off the beaten path, or may cater to a certain story telling preference, it’s wonderful. I want to be just like Lydia- in the best way. Well done!
Hooked from the beginning ! Wonderful writing - wish the audio was better- episode 9 is terrible ! I can’t understand anything