Under Milk Wood

Dylan Thomas' evocative and beautiful poem of life in a small Welsh town was written originally as a “Play For Voices,” to be presented on radio in 1953. The daily routine of the Welsh village of Llaregyb is the stuff of this film, and director Sinclair captures the flavor of life expressed in Thomas' words through a wise choice of locale and images, and the talent of his cast, including Richard Burton as the First Voice and Peter O'Toole as Captain Cat, both of whom knew Dylan Thomas during his lifetime and play their roles as a form of tribute to the poet.

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