The book sunset song, written Gibbon, is considered by the Scottish writer Lewis Grassic one of the most important pieces of Scottish literature of the 20th century. Especially the presentation of sex and the negative attitude to the family was criticized when it appeared in 1932.
Sunset song celebrates its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015. Sunset Song, a stern and windswept adjustment of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s exemplary Scottish novel, has been such a since quite a while ago valued undertaking for Terence Davies he merits no less than two cheers only to get it off his back. Not long after The House of Mirth (2000) one of his most brilliantly dismal and all around acknowledged movies he almost got a script into generation, yet the financing failed to work out, abandoning him much more than normally gloomy about the tough trudge of autonomous film subsidizing in Britain.