The Deep Blue Sea director Terence Davies
The Deep Blue Sea director Terence Davies

Davies, hopefully, will find his own outlets, and he rattles off a list of potential projects in the offing: There is the long-rumored adaptation of Sunset Song, a 1932 Scottish novel of abiding feminine endurance by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, an original screenplay about Emily Dickinson, a social outsider after his own heart, and finally, and most surprisingly, an adaptation of an Ed McBain novel, He Who Hesitates. When I suggest to Davies that this is the perfect title for his next retrospective — think of the boy in Long Day Closes, face pressed to the window; Lily Bart, dying proud but virginal — he laughs long and concurs.

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