A film adaptation of one of Scotland’s best-loved novels – Sunset Song – will be released in the UK in December.
Peter Mullan and former model Agyness Deyn star in Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s tale, which was shot on location in Aberdeenshire, New Zealand and Luxembourg.
Published in 1932, Sunset Song follows a farming family struggling to make a living in north east Scotland leading up to World War One.
The release will be on 4 December.
People make subtle changes in the way they speak when they talk to someone they find attractive
- Researchers found voice modulations make speaker attractive to listener
- Men were found to vary tone in a ‘sing-song voice’ like actor Leslie Phillips’
- Men reached lower minimum voice pitch speaking to ‘less attractive’ women
By Daily Mail Reporter
Published: 19:24 EST, 27 August 2014 | Updated: 05:06 EST, 28 August 2014
When it comes to the language of love, it’s not what you say, but how you say it.
People make subtle changes in their voices when they speak to people they find attractive, say scientists.
And these voice modulations make the speaker more attractive to the listener too, the research by Scotland’s University of Stirling found.
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