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Terence Davies by Michael Koresky
Called the most important British filmmaker of his generation, Terence Davies made his reputation with modern classics like Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes. Film critic Michael Koresky explores the unique emotional tenor of Davies' work by focusing on paradoxes within the director's oeuvre. Koresky also analyzes how Davies' homosexuality imbue the details and juxtapositions in his films with a queer sensibility, which is too often overlooked due to the complexity of Davies' work and his unfashionable ambivalence toward his own sexual orientation. Featured during our run of SUNSET SONG.
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