‘Diary, a haunting short film by Peter Todd, crafter of poetic ruminations about ordinary life….just a camera trained on nondescript surroundings, made poignant by the soundtrack’s medley of voices and the director’s sensitivity to the layers of emotions that shape the most ordinary lives.’ Geoff Brown. The Times. 1998.‘Or different voices, still lives: Todd’s short is a poeticrather melancholy meditation on memory and the difficulty of expressing love, which counterpoints evocative images of London with a familial litany of questions and confessions. Moody and intriguing.’ Geoff Andrew. Time Out. 1998.