DVD was shipped in 2015
Paul Kelly's latest collaboration with Saint Etienne.
Assembled entirely from archive footage from the BFI National Archive
and narrated by Ian MsShane.
'How We Used To Live' is a love letter to London and times past.
Written by Bob Stanley and Travis Elborough with a score by Pete Wiggs
and vocal contributions from Sarah Cracknell and Debsey Wykes.
The DVD comes beautifully packaged with a 16 page booklet including
stills from the film and essays by Bob Stanley, Travis Elborough and
Andy Miller. DVD extras including unseen outtakes, two theatrical
trailers, two layers of commentary (one with director Paul Kelly and
score composer Pete Wiggs, another with script writers Travis
Elborough and Bob Stanley). The film can also be viewed with a live
soundtrack performance by Saint Etienne recorded in 2014. The most
lavish DVD offering from Heavenly Films to date.
The first 750 DVD's sold come with a set of 4 postcards; 3 stills from the film plus the original theatrical release poster (in postcard format) signed on the reverse by all three Saint Etienne members plus director Paul Kelly, writer Travis Elborough and vocalist Debsey Wykes.