The Deep Blue Sea Paperback – 27 Oct 2011
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Terence Rattigan sounded the deep blue sea of English feeling...Britain has gone Rattigan crazy...None can doubt now that Rattigan was made to last...his popularity is destined to run and run. --Daily Telegraph<br \><br \>Totally faithful to Rattigan's vision and a fine example of how to turn theatre into film. --Derek Malcolm in the Evening Standard<br \><br \>A museum of emotions, brought to contemporary life through Davies' artistry and Weisz's fire. Here, they show us, is how people felt, and hurt, in another time. Their love and pain can touch us today. --Time<br \><br \>The scars of the heart have their outward reflection on these dark, broken streets, with little pockets of warmth and solace in the pubs where Londoners huddle. If the movie is both gorgeous and stifling, that feels just right for Rattigan's aching prison of a play. --Telegraph<br \><br \>A mesmeric, haunting and often very beautiful study of isolation. In an age of hubbub, its patient elegance is a rare thing we should nurture. --Empire
The scars of the heart have their outward reflection on these dark, broken streets, with little pockets of warmth and solace in the pubs where Londoners huddle. If the movie is both gorgeous and stifling, that feels just right for Rattigan's aching prison of a play. --Telegraph
A mesmeric, haunting and often very beautiful study of isolation. In an age of hubbub, its patient elegance is a rare thing we should nurture. --Empire
About the Author
Terence Rattigan (1911-1977) hit the jackpot at the age of 25 with French Without Tears and followed this success with, among others, After the Dance, The Browning Version, The Deep Blue Sea, Separate Tables and The Winslow Boy. Most of Rattigan's plays have been published by Nick Hern Books, with life sales of several thousand to date.
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11 September 2010
A moving drama from this ever-popular playwright in a nice hardcover edition. The character of Hester dominates the play but the supporting characters are equally interesting and well-drawn. This dramatist has a keen understanding of the human condition.
2 September 2013
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I LOVED reading this play. It is a beautiful tragedy. I love how Hester has to choose between a secure life with her husband and her desire and lust for her lover. One of the best plays i have ever read.
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