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9 thoughts on “ The long day closes ”

  1. Vumi says:
    May 29,  · With The Long Day Closes, there isn’t even really a narrative as such; it’s more a hymn to the echoes and sensations of childhood – a paradise gained and lost. Testament to the majesty of The Long Day Closes is its exquisite opening tracking shot – unquestionably one of the finest sequences ever constructed by a British filmmaker.
  2. Tozragore says:
    An excursion into memory, THE LONG DAY CLOSES may evoke Fellini (in its visions of the past rendered larger than life, as in the famous ship sequence in AMARCORD) and Dennis Potter (in its use of popular music not just to romanticize the past but to show its inevitable dissonances with its realities) while all the time seeming very much its own /5(55).
  3. Arashitilar says:
    The long day closes. Sit by the silent hearth in calm endeavour, To count the sound of mirth, now dumb forever. Heed not how hope believes and fate disposes: Shadow is round the eaves. The long day closes. The lighted windows dim are fading slowly. The fire that was so trim now quivers lowly.
  4. Vugore says:
    The Long Day Closes is a warm, mosaic-like visual poem that captures the curiosity, confusion, and loneliness that comes with childhood. Instead of being linked by chronology, the events of the film are emotionally connected and operate like a series of fragmented memories, with the use of dissolves evoking the feeling of reminiscing on a time you look back on fondly.4/5(4K).
  5. Mazutilar says:
    The Long Day Closes is essentially Davies's distilled recollection of himself at 11, a seemingly friendless child in a dismal working-class Liverpool, transfixed by his experience of the cinema.
  6. Baramar says:
    May 28,  · The Long Day Closes is a twice-remarkable film. Once, because director Terence Davies opens his personal bottle of memories and makes them interesting to us. Twice, because, in doing so, he triggers our own memories. [11 June ]85%(15).
  7. Akinozuru says:
    The Long Day Closes. A Four-Part Song for Men's Voices. Alt ernative. Title Composer Sullivan, Arthur: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IAS 39 Key E major Librettist Henry Fothergill Chorley (–) Language English Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Romantic: Piece Style Romantic: Instrumentation ATBB or TTBB, piano.
  8. Vujind says:
    Shop and Buy Long Day Closes sheet music. TTBB Choir sheet music book by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan (): Novello & Co Ltd. at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (HS).
  9. Nikonris says:
    THE LONG DAY CLOSES is the most gloriously cinematic expression of the unique sensibility of Terence Davies, widely celebrated as Britain’s greatest living filmmaker. Suffused with both enchantment and melancholy, this autobiographical film takes on the perspective of a quiet, lonely boy growing up in Liverpool in the s.

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