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    Terence Davies' Long-Awaited Emily Dickinson Biopic Is Really Happening

    Long in the works, the British master's 'A Quiet Passion' finally takes off as Jennifer Ehle joins Cynthia Nixon, who will play Dickinson.

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    Michael Mann's 'Thief,' Satyajit Ray Box Set And More Coming To Criterion January 2014

    If the sheer image of James Caan looking that fucking cool on a DVD cover isn't enough to get you to pick it up, we don't know what to tell you. So yes, Michael Mann's "Thief" is Criterion approved, and thus you have to the go ahead to buy it in January.

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    The Disc-Less: 5 British Films Not Available On DVD Including Movies By Alfred Hitchcock, Mike Leigh, Terence Davies & More

    With "Hitchcock" now in theaters giving us a (not very accurate) portrait of the Master of Suspense, one of history's greatest directors is once again in the conversation. Additionally, the National Film Preservation is currently streaming a partial copy of "The White Shadow," a 1924 silent by Graha...

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    Cynthia Nixon To Play Emily Dickinson In Terence Davies' 'A Quiet Passion'

    Back in February, it looked like director Terence Davies was going to follow up his 2011 effort "The Deep Blue Sea" with his long-gestating passion project, "Sunset Song," based on the Scottish novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. Well, maybe it will or maybe it won't, but Davies has another project fight...

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    Exclusive: Terence Davies' 'The Deep Blue Sea' Starring Rachel Weisz Hits DVD & Blu-Ray On July 24th

    It's one of the finest movies of 2012 so far, but if you missed it don't worry, you'll soon get a chance to catch up. Terence Davies' woozy and beautifully accomplished "The Deep Blue Sea" starring Rachel Weisz, Tom Hiddleston and Simon Russell Beale is hitting DVD and Blu-...

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Terence Davies, Cinematic Poet of Mid-Century British Melodrama

    For nearly 30 years, Terence Davies has maintained a reputation as one of British cinema's brightest voices with just a half dozen features.

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    Review: 'The Deep Blue Sea' A Beautiful, Woozy & Heartbreaking Tale Of Intense Passion

    What is love, and what is its worth? That's the burning question at the core of "The Deep Blue Sea" the latest from British master Terence Davies, a drama that burns with a blue flame intensity that is deeply beautiful and shattering all at once.

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    Terence Davies Talks Post-War England & Life Between the Devil And 'The Deep Blue Sea'

    Terence Davies’ newest film, “The Deep Blue Sea,” takes place, like much of his work, in post-World War II England. In it, Rachel Weisz plays Hester Collyer, a woman who abandons her passionless marriage to a wealthy barrister (Simon Russell Beale) for a torrid affair with a troubl...

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    Rachel Weisz and Terence Davies Talk 'The Deep Blue Sea' and Getting It Right

    Despite plumbing intense depths in "The Deep Blue Sea," Terence Davies and Rachel Weisz are a cheerful team. During my chat with the duo, they called each other "darling" and laughed a lot. Their rapport is witty. But their business? Serious. "The Deep Blue Sea" --...

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