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First Look: Terrence Davies’ THE DEEP BLUE SEA

Joshua Brunsting

by: Joshua Brunsting
December 20th, 2010

Despite not quite being the biggest name in the world of film, no one makes feature films quite like director Terrence Davies.

Whether it be his stunningly gorgeous essay of a film, OF TIME AND THE CITY, or the fantastic little narrative feature, THE HOUSE OF MIRTH, Davies may not be the most prolific of filmmakers around, but he’s one that makes truly special films.

Next up for the director is the Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddlestone-starrer THE DEEP BLUE SEA which, thanks to Empire, we now have our first look at. The film follows two lovers who are involved in an affair in 1950’s Britain. 

It’s hard to argue with a cast top-lined by those two top-tier actors, and with a truly gifted filmmaker like Davies at the helm, this is one film from 2011 that I can’t wait to check out. A Cannes premiere seems more than likely, with the film wrapping in a matter of days, so hopefully we’ll be hearing more and more about this film over the next few months.

What do you think?

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