Dir: Terence Davies | UK | 2016 | 125 mins
A biographical drama about the American poet, Emily Dickinson, from her early years as a school girl through to her later years as a reclusive and unrecognised artist.
This portrait of the poet, played by Cynthia Nixon, covers her frustrations at the lack of recognition and the restrictions of living in a patriarchal society as well as her ever increasing loneliness. A profound offering from the director who brought us The Deep Blue Sea and The House of Mirth.
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