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Ep224: Because I Could Not Stop for Dickinson

Terence Davies' A Quiet Passion is one of 2017's best films. Ian sat down with the legendary writer/director during National Poetry Month to discuss his affinity for Emily Dickinson; working with Cynthia Nixon to bring the poet's life story to the big screen; and how visual cues mean different things to different audience members.

This short but very sweet chat was conducted in Chicago's Poetry Foundation building, which Ian describes as beautiful, but nearly impossible to access from the street! 

After listening to Episode 224, get thee to the Music Box Theatre for A Quiet Passion and make some (figurative) noise!

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