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Film Review: Sunset Song

In association with the Grosvenor

Before and after the showing of Sunset Song, conversation in the foyer of the Grosvenor focused on the book upon which the film is based: the narrative, the characters, the faithfulness of the film.   314 more words

University Of Glasgow

Terence Davies’ 'A Quiet Passion' to World Premiere at Berlin Film Festival

LONDON — The Berlin Film Festival has revealed further titles running in its Berlinale Special program, including Terence Davies’ “A Quiet Passion” and Don Cheadle’s “Miles Ahead.” … 284 more words

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Sunset Song – A Second View

Keith reported on Sunset Song after its inclusion in the Leeds Film Festival. Seeing it now on general release, I recognise several of the points he raises and it is certainly a ‘flawed’ film in several respects. 1,769 more words

British Cinema

Sunset Song (2015)

D: Terence Davies / 135m

Cast: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie, Jack Greenlees, Daniela Nardini, Ian Pirie, Douglas Rankine

Terence Davies is not one of the UK’s most prolific movie makers, but he is one who is highly regarded and he’s been justly lauded over the years for movies such as… 1,264 more words

Movies

Review: Terence Davies' 'Sunset Song'

With its sweeping 70mm exteriors and warm, nuanced performances, Sunset Song is a gripping legend told in dazzling light. Terence Davies’ adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s epic novel captures the drudgery and hardships of a so-called simpler time and frames them within a landscape of inescapable majesty. 610 more words

Sunset Song

Sunset Song

Directed by Terence Davies

UK, 2015

HOME, 4 December 2015

The world and what it does to men; men and what they do to women: that is the source of discord in Terence Davies’s paradise. 162 more words

Film Review

Picturehouse Podcast: Sunset Song with Terence Davies and Agyness Deyn

Sam talks to filmmaker Terence Davies and star of his latest film Agyness Deyn about Sunset Song. In cinemas now.

Director: Terence Davies.
Starring: Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan, Kevin Guthrie. 103 more words

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