"A Quiet Passion": Terence Davies fashions a magnificent anti-biopic for Emily Dickinson

Davies posits that Dickinson’s literary talents might have been exceptional, but the terrors and sorrows that directed those talents were as universal as they come.

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Andrew Wyatt is a lifelong St. Louis native and a freelance writer on film art. Read his essays on classic, cult, and contemporary cinema at gatewaycinephile.com and follow along with his film addiction at letterboxd.com/awyatt76/.

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