Friday, January 15, 2016

Poetry Friday: Alan Rickman, Juliet Stevenson, and Pablo Neruda's "The Dead Woman"


Don't judge me. 

Yes, it's still about Alan Rickman today. 

Go here to listen to Alan Rickman and Juliet Stevenson (from Truly, Madly, Deeply) translating and reciting Pablo Neruda's "The Dead Woman."


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The round up today is at Keri Recommends

5 comments:

Mary Lee said...

Whoa. Powerful. Another movie I need to see...

Linda B said...

I don't know this movie, but what a beautiful scene. Neruda's love poems are so touching. Thanks, Karen.

Keri said...

Hi Karen! I've loved this movie for a long time, and it was my first idea of Alan Rickman as a romantic lead. Of course Col. Brandon was marvelous, but this one has a special place in my heart. Thanks for sharing the video link of Neruda's poem, too! (Not to mention dropping by the blog to comment your thanks!) I think I need to watch "Sense and Sensibility" this weekend!

Myra Garces Bacsal said...

Oh this is a lovely video clip - one that I didn't even know about, so thank you for sharing this. Neruda is always a favourite.

Karen Edmisten said...

So glad to introduce some of you to Truly, Madly, Deeply, and Keri, yes, I'm looking forward to Sense and Sensibility with my girls this week. :)