Director: Douglas Sirk One of Sirk's women's picture, this film has been praised both as a critique of American bourgeois values and as a poignant working through of the contradictions faced by women in patriarchal society. The film presents events through the point of view of its central female protagonist Cary (Jane Wyman), using the visual codes of mise en scène to indicate her state of mind. This ironic use of mise en scène can be read either as an attempt by the director to comment on the conservative values supposedly adhered to in the melodrama's subject matter, or as part of melodramatic convention in which stylised mise en scène is used to offer the audience privileged information over characters. In the family melodrama, it has been argued, dramatic conflict is engendered by working through the contradictions, particularly from women, of heterosexual monogamy and motherhood. All that Heaven Allows centres these problems in the point of view of its heroine and her difficulties in following her desires. — Pam Cook
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August 8, 2016 by TOM HUIZENGA • The last song in this set from The Jayhawks is called "Comeback Kids." Although it's ostensibly a breezy portrait of a lovers' reunion, the title could be the motto for a band that's been through so many breakups, re-formations and personnel changes in the past 30 years that Wikipedia resorted to an infographic timeline to capture the myriad details. Yet the essential Jayhawks sound — jangly, country-tinged rock with exquisitely crafted hooks and close harmonies — remains solid, due largely to founding member Gary Louris, who continues to dominate the singing and songwriting. The band's new album Paging Mr. Proust, from which they chose four songs for this Tiny Desk concert, sounds like vintage Jayhawks. "Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces," with its carefree, sing-along chorus, may sound lightweight, but it's actually a plea to live more in the moment ("In the end, there's no waiting redemption"). It could fit perfectly into the lineup on Rainy Day Music, the band's impeccable 2003 album. Summer heat is palpable in "Lovers Of The Sun." The dreamy, '60s-tinged number is all California laid-back — but also brushed with a tint of melancholy, thanks in part to the colors that guitarist Kraig Johnson conjures with his EBow. With its silken harmonies, the song is reminiscent of tracks like "It's Up To You" from The Jayhawks' 1997 album Sound Of Lies. Although "Leaving The Monsters Behind" was collaboratively written by most of the band members, one can't help making a direct connection to Louris, who has been frank about his recent, and successful, stint in rehab for opiate addiction. Again, a jaunty refrain, delivered in polished three-part harmony, belies darker lyrics: "If I move fast, maybe I'll outrun my past." The song could also be just another reflection of the ups and downs of a beloved band whose singular career began in Minneapolis in 1985. In any case, The Jayhawks has outrun the past and steps into a fourth decade sounding vital as ever. Paging Mr. Proust is available now: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/paging-mr.-proust/id1107739830 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Paging-Mr-Proust-Jayhawks/dp/B01BT3WLDU Set List: "Quiet Corners & Empty Spaces" "Lovers Of The Sun" "Leaving The Monsters Behind" "Comeback Kids" Credits: Producers: Bob Boilen, Tom Huizenga, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Claire Hannah Collins, Morgan McCloy; Production Assistant: Sophie Kemp; Photo: Ruby Wallau/NPR. For more Tiny Desk concerts, subscribe to our podcast: http://www.npr.org/podcasts/510292/tiny-desk-concerts-video
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