Probably the Most Disturbing Emily Dickinson Video You'll Ever Watch

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Posted 12.10.10

To commemorate the birthday of Emily Dickinson, who was born on December 10, 1830, we offer a video that illustrates the far-reaching influence of the poet's work. This Polish music video, which is based on the Dickinson poem "Much madness is divinest sense," performed by Monika Wierzbicka, and directed by Michal Jaskulski, has been selected for numerous film festival competitions and won several international awards.

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vunovick@ca.rr.com says...

There is no credit for the composer of the music in this amazing music video.

Does anyone know?

TIA

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