Everything We Know About WWI Love Story The History of Sound

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A new film directed by Oliver Hermanus and based off a Pushcart Prize winning story by Ben Shattuck will be starring The Crown‘s Josh O’Connor and Normal People’s Paul Mescal as two men who fall in love during WWI. Titled The History of Sound after the story’s name, the movie is already creating quite a stir.

What’s the plot of The History of Sound?

The original short story focused on two young men, Lionel and David, played respectively by Mescal and O’Connor. During World War I, the pair begins recording the voices and music of American countrymen, also catching insights into their lives. Heralded as a love story, there will also be an element of romance to Lionel and David’s journey together.

Embankment is repping the film in America, and one of their producers Tim Haslam described the story by saying, “Ben Shattuck beautifully combines the epic and intimate minutiae of life, capturing the freedom and truth of human instinct and its conflict with expectation. The History of Sound gives us so much to experience and take home.”

Who’s involved with production?

Aside from director Hermanus and Haslam, End Cue’s Andrew Kortschak and Lisa Ciuffetti will be producing with Andrea Roa.

“Working with Oliver, Ben, Paul and Josh is an immense privilege,” Kortschak said. “We are all struck by Ben’s beautiful and resonant short story, exploring love, loss and memory. We are beyond excited to adapt this story for the screen with this incredible team.”

When does filming begin?

In summer of 2022, shooting will start in three locations: principal photography begins in the United States, then United Kingdom and Italy on location.

Who are the stars?

O’Connor is probably best know for his role as Prince Charles on Netflix’s The Crown, but he received a lot of praise for his role in Amazon’s God’s Own Country, in which he also played a gay character. Mescal was a break out star of the series adaptation of Irish author Sally Rooney’s book Normal People. He won a BAFTA for his role as the emotionally repressed Connell.

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