Of Time and the City 
Life in Liverpool

Of Time and the City  - Life in Liverpool
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Terrence Davies is one of my favorite directors. His unique, highly composed yet emotional style captures perfectly the British soul, both the souls of her people and the souls of her cities. His film "The Long Day Closes" affected me deeply. The sound editing, his use of music and visual ...Read more

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