Director Niki Caro explains, “At the script stage, I was always thinking about the tension of being caged – whether as an animal or human – and the visual storytelling was colored by that. It meant we shot through iron bars a lot, which is more difficult than I ever imagined… “What we always came […]
In filming bodies and talking about bodies I wanted to form equality in my audience
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After Sunset Song, Terence Davies turned to 19th-century American poet Emily Dickinson, starring Cynthia Nixon as the celebrated poet.