Long Day Closes Movie Reviews
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This is a follow up to a wonderful film called “Distant Voices, Still Lives” and I liked it as much as i liked the previous film. Both of these films made a really big emotional impact on me and I am very glad that I got to see these films. This movie has a pretty loose narrative and it feels more like a prolonged thought about memory. I found the film to be deeply nostalgic and definitely very cinematic. It is not a film for people who like big Hollywood type films, it is a film for people who like to watch meaningful films. Overall, I really loved this movie and highly recommend seeing it in theaters.
I really loved this film and highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. The film was very beautiful and quiet and it was almost like reading a love poem to cinema. The film is about ordinary things and ordinary people but there is something magic about it and i was glued to the chair the whole time, I felt uplifted when I left the theater. I have not seen the director’s previous film but i will definitely see it now because this film was absolutely wonderful. THe camera focuses on simple and seemingly insignificant things that for some reason make you think and question. Overall, this is a must see film and I am so glad I got to see it.
This is a drama about a lonely boy named Bud who finds solace in cinema, the film is directed by Terence Davies and stars Leigh McCormack, Marjorie Yates and Anthony Watson. This film is definitely a love letter to cinema and I loved every minute of it, it was truly wonderful. This film is very simple and I liked that, it was not pretentious and not pushy it flowed like a good poem does and sort of hypnotised me. The visuals in this film were simple and beautiful and I was so happy while I was watching this film. It had a profound emotional effect on me and I have never experienced that in a movie theater. Overall, i urge you to give this film a chance and you might find yourself transformed.