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The Frances Farmer Show #11: A Quiet Passion, Chungking Express and Fallen Angels

After a lengthy absence, The Frances Farmer Show returns with a quick look at some films playing on Seattle Screens, including a preview of Terence Davies’s Emily Dickinson biopic  45 more words

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A Quiet Passion

It must be me.

This is the second of Davies’ films that I have been looking forward to as a result of amazing reviews by people whose opinions I respect, and that I have failed to like, let alone love. 74 more words


A Quiet Passion

A Quiet Passion

Directed by Terence Davies

UK, 2016

HOME, 20 April 2017

This is a biopic of the poet Emily Dickinson.

It is quite a long film and that is part of its character and charm. 106 more words

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A Quiet Passion (directed by Terence Davies). 2016.

with Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Keith Carradine.

Emily Dickinson wrote poems in the privacy of her house in Amherst Massachussetts because her father allowed her to be an artist, as long as it didn’t interfere with the rest of the household. 383 more words


Interview: Terence Davies, "A Quiet Passion"

More than a few times in my conversation with the great director Terence Davies (aside: he’s one of the most unsung masters of cinema working today, in case you didn’t know), who graciously offered me forty minutes of his time to talk about his latest film,  177 more words


In case you haven’t heard, last Friday marked the opening of “A Quiet Passion,” an Emily Dickinson biopic written and directed by Terence Davies and starring Cynthia Nixon. 97 more words

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