The Long Day Closes (1992)

PG   |    |  Biography, Drama

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A young British boy comes of age among his loving family and the austere Catholic Church as he realizes his love of cinema and his homosexuality.

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5 December 2000 | gordian0
| A magnificent piece of "stream of consciousness" cinema.
If you need a conventional plot line to enjoy a film, this one is not for you. If you enjoy outstanding cinematography and would like to have the experience of slipping into someone else's consciousness as their mind drifts from recollection to recollection, you will find this film magical. Set in post war England, this film is a lovely, poetic portrait of the day to day life of one family as seen through the eyes of a ~12 year old boy. It's true that the boy is going through a lonely and difficult period of his life but, one also experiences the sweetness of his loving family and the fellowship of a close knit neighborhood community. It is a view of common people finding hope and joy in each other amidst the hardships of post war England. The inspired combining of sound, imagery, and music make for a very rich film experience.

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