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NEW Of Time & The City (DVD)


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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
A Private Masterpiece Oct. 2 2010
By Mary M - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First I rented, then I bought. There is nothing like this film anywhere. Just sit back, watch and listen to a world, not at all beautiful, but achingly poignant.

I only wish I had seen the film before my brief time there while on a tour of Britain; the visit would have been much more meaningful.

Unique, precious film footage set to heavenly music. And the comments only add to the sincerity of the effort.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Brilliant Allegory Nov. 15 2011
By Rex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Of Time and the City isn't only about Liverpool. It could just as well be speaking of Detroit today or any other city decimated by "progress" and the pursuit of the next new thing. The people progress from childhood to old age as observers of growth and decay while all the time it is happening to them too. The film is a brilliant allegory about life in the modern world. The narration seems to begin with admiration, journey through disappointment, only to arrive at hope for the next generation. The constant quotes read as captions to the photography are worth the price alone. The narrator's personal comments may rile some but are only part of a portrait of life in the big city. It ain't all hearts and flowers.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
A marvellous documentary July 4 2009
By bucky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A beautifully made film,fanatstic use of black and white footage and a poetic commentary. Pure film making by a devotee of film.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
From a Biased Fan Dec 25 2011
By Wayne Courtois - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I am biased because I love the films of Terence Davies, even as I realize they are not for everyone. That is the point, really: his work is a direct reflection of his sensibility, and you either see that and identify with it or you don't. The reviewers who complain that this is not an objective, by-the-book documentary are missing the point entirely. As Davies explains in one of the interviews, this is a personal work that developed in its own time and fashion. It does not rely on chronology or any standard organizing principle. For that reason Davies and the rest of the filmmaking team refer to the film as more of a poem, and so it is.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
One of the best documentaries I've seen... May 2 2013
By Medeni Lazarus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Poetic, painful at times, and perfectly put together. This documentary will leave you thinking, for days. I think I would spoil and, would not do the justice to this film, if I tried to put my impressions and feelings about it into words. Must see to appreciate. Visual Masterpiece, excellent narration - great work Mr. Davies.


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