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A Vision: The Life and Death of W.B.Yeats

1h 15m Documentary 2013

An avowedly experimental film-poem taking the audience on an emotional and cinematic journey deep into the strange life and extraordinary imagination of poet W.B. Yeats.

The poetry of Nobel Laureate W.B. Yeats holds a special place in the hearts and minds of literature lovers across the world. His work resonates at home - where he is celebrated as a national treasure – and abroad in profound ways. In places beyond easy comprehension, beyond the rational mind, in the places where poetry truly lives and breathes.

Director

Alan Gilsenan

Producer

Martin Mahon

Language

English

Country

Ireland

Studio

Yellow Asylum Films

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