The inimitable Terence Davies ("The Deep Blue Sea") has an animated chat with Reverse Shot's Damon Smith about time and memory, T.S. Eliot and Alec Guinness, the terror of being alive and the special magic of American musicals. On the occasion of Davies' latest film, BAMcinématek opens its seven-film retrospective March 22, celebrating "arguably the greatest living British director." New York's Film Forum opens "The Long Day Closes" on March 28. "The Deep Blue Sea," starring Rachel Weisz, is in theaters tomorrow.