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CURRENT VIEWING: DAYS OF HEAVEN:Terrence Malick (Criterion)

"Days of Heaven is the movie that the Village Voice famously called “the most gorgeously photographed film ever made.”"Days of Heaven is the movie that the Village Voice famously called “the most gorgeously photographed film ever made.”
Oh My God. Beauty that leaves you without speech. And I cannot improve upon the Criterion write-up.

"Days of Heaven is the movie that the Village Voice famously called “the most gorgeously photographed film ever made.” Naturally, this beauty, featuring Oscar-winning cinematography, was a prime candidate for the high-def treatment. We’re happy to announce that Terrence Malick’s visually astonishing, dreamlike story about an early twentieth-century love triangle among two migrant workers (Richard Gere and Brooke Adams) and a landowner (Sam Shepard) in the Texas panhandle is now available in a Criterion Blu-ray edition. The word is in from the experts: DVD Town says, “Days of Heaven is one of the most beautiful films ever made. Anyone who denies this can and must be ignored . . . The Blu-ray release is so dangerously ‘pure’ it should be illegal.”

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