Observations on Film Art No. 22
Professor Kristin Thompson explores the ways in which dissolves allow Terence Davies to mimic the fluidity and emotional texture of memory in his elegiac coming-of-age film.
Directed by Terence Davies • 1992 • United Kingdom
Starring Leigh McCormack, Marjorie Yates, Anthony Watson
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 en...