A contemporary short film depicting the inspirational life of Anges Jones, who became the first trained Nursing Superintendent of Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary. She dedicated her time and energy to her patients and died at the age of 35. Florence Nightingale declared ‘She overworked as others underwork. I looked upon hers as one of the most valuable lives in England.’
Musically carried by ‘Corro-gated’; a track from Breakspears album Fishing in the Deep, the film highlights the plight of the homeless in the UK and the kindness of humanity. Created for the Walking Through Windows Centenary Exhibition in Liverpool.
Written, Directed, Edited and Produced by Nick Breakspear & Paul Coppack | Featuring Paul Conway, Janet Spooner and Tom Soltau | Shot with a Canon 5Dmk2 by Ian Wiggins and Paul Coppack | Graded with Magic Bullet Looks | Music: Corrugated is from the album Fishing In The Deep by Breakspear (1997)