Open air of the capital London, no different British urban has attracted extra film-makers than Liverpool. occasionally status in for London, ny, Chicago, Paris, Rome or Moscow, and infrequently taking part in itself – or a model of its personal earlier in Beatles biopics – Liverpool is an adaptable filmic backdrop that has attracted film-makers to its ports for many years.
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Like the ‘songlines’ of Aboriginal mythology, Davies’s films sing into existence his and his city’s shared identities. In this symphonic Liverpool, certain key motifs recur (the ironic counterpointing of images and music, tender close-up shots of elderly hands and faces, long sequences of children at play, for instance), while thematic passages emerge, develop and modulate. The theme of time and memory is fundamental, shaped by the often discordant juxtaposing or overlaying of past and present, creation and decay, hope and despair; for if, as Davies suggests, the past seems irrevocably lost, the film demonstrates that it is still powerfully present in the remembered spaces of the city.
Every emotion the characters feel is sincerely earned; none more so than the two women sharing their tears in the auditorium. The Futurist was an upmarket cinema on Liverpool’s Lime Street that opened in 1912, and closed in 1982. Today it stands derelict, the opulent interior gone to ruin and the impressive Edwardian facade now crumbling. ✒David Owain Bates Photo © Paul Cartwright 60 World Film Locations | Liverpool Directed by Terence Davies Scene description: Tears at the Futurist Timecode for scene: 1:07:44 – 1:08:57 Images © 1988 BFI, Channel Four Films 61 The Dressmaker LOCATI O N (1988) Liverpool Cathedral, St James Mount the dark interiors of wartime Liverpool, both domestic and public, create a fitting landscape for this grim tale of lost love and sexual jealousy, based on Beryl Bainbridge’s novel.
Educating rita (1983) Trinity College, Dublin’s city centre, Ireland page 44 Sefton Park Toxteth 16. champions (1983) Aintree Racecourse, Ormskirk Road, Aintree page 46 31 Beyond This Place LOCATI O N (1959) Picton Library, William Brown Street based on a. j. cronin’s novel of the same name, Beyond This Place finds Paul Mathry (Van Johnson) piecing together the details of a murder for which his father has been tried and convicted. A childhood native returning from the States for a brief visit, Paul is distraught to discover the father he believed had died a war hero is not only alive, but rotting away in prison.