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What Sinclair has done is to transpose the piece virtually line by line into visuals, so that if Thomas talks about the sea we see it, if he mentions love then we watch an approximation of it on the screen. A freer adaptation might' have risked raising more eyebrows; but it surely would have shut fewer eyes.

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What the camera could have done was to sing its own song of praise, almost as a commentator, a second poet. It is hard to know what to say about a film of Under Milk Wood except that there is really only one way it could turn out, and that is precisely the way this one does.

It was shot primarily on location in Wales and has since acquired a reputation among aficionados as a cult movie. What the camera could have done was to sing its own song of praise, almost as a commentator, a second poet.

It is hard to know what to say about a film of Under Milk Wood except that there is really only one way it could turn out, and that is precisely the way this one does.

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Even so there is another way other than mere duplication. The enterprise is after, all doomed from the outset by the nature of the original material.

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The essence of Dylan Thomas's classic radio play was, necessarily, its use of words, of word-painting to evoke with intense vividness all that, in the nature of things, we could not see.

The essence of Dylan Thomas's classic radio play was, necessarily, its use of words, of word-painting to evoke with intense vividness all that, in the nature of things, we could not see. It was shot primarily on location in Wales and has since acquired a reputation among aficionados as a cult movie.

Perhaps the cinema is simply the wrong medium. Even so there is another way other than mere duplication.

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A freer adaptation might' have risked raising more eyebrows; but it surely would have shut fewer eyes. What Sinclair has done is to transpose the piece virtually line by line into visuals, so that if Thomas talks about the sea we see it, if he mentions love then we watch an approximation of it on the screen.

Perhaps the cinema is simply the wrong medium. The enterprise is after, all doomed from the outset by the nature of the original material.