LONG DAY CLOSES
In 1988, Terence Davies’ feature film “Distant Voices, Still Lives” was a remarkable art-house hit. It captured the choking toughness of a Liverpool upbringing with a trademark visual style that forever remains Davies. In 1992, he followed up with a more personal film, but it reached a similar audience. In 2012, the world will be stunned by his newest work, “The Deep Blue Sea”, and to celebrate that release, Aztec International offers this masterwork not seen here on DVD before. Leigh McCormack stars as a sad, lonely young lad for whom the local cinema is a great source of joy. An immensely moving piece of cinema, once seen never forgotten.