Watch The first clip from Terence Davies’ ‘The Deep Blue Sea’
The first clip from Terence Davies’ The Deep Blue Sea, a film we had a chance to see at TIFF, is now online. Set to Jo Stafford‘s version of “You Belong To Me,” the brief scene is a romantic look at Rachel Weisz, dancing with Tom Hiddleston. Dave Robson gave the film a very positive review stating, “Fans of Terence Rattigan’s original play certainly shouldn’t fear a garish adaptation. The original is sensational, and Davies leaves it largely intact. Rattigan’s words are wonderful and any director would be lucky to have them. The dialogue he weaves into his plays is complex, at times subtle, and puts everything just so delicately. That’s all made it into the film. Davies version isn’t dumbed down for export, either—if you don’t understand what is meant by a “milk-in-first sort of person,” that’s a shame”. Here is the clip. Enjoy!
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