Sunset Song expresses the loveliness of impermanence in one of this year’s most moving films — a film review — Independent Ethos

“There are lovely things in the world. Lovely that don’t endure and the lovelier for that.” The line is uttered more than once in Sunset Song, a unique sort of period drama that is both romantic yet earthy. To see the loveliness in anything is also to recognize that it can never last. British director […]

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