Terence Davies discusses presence of past in his films
Filmmaker looks back once again in his first feature in 11 years, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’
The past for Terence Davies isn’t another country. It’s another form of present. Perhaps no filmmaker has so richly rendered the past on screen or given it such emotional weight. Not for nothing has the Harvard Film Archive called its current retrospective Sing, Memory: The Postwar England of Terence Davies. The retrospective ends Monday, and his new movie, “The Deep Blue Sea’’ opens Friday.