#093: Black Narcissus

criterion93MICHAEL POWELL, EMERIC PRESSBURGER

1947

Sometimes you meet people that you feel like you’ve known forever, and sometimes a movie feels like you’ve loved it forever even though you didn’t see it until you were an adult.  Black Narcissus is not a film that I saw at a particularly relevant time in my life, it wasn’t a childhood favourite or the first time I ever watched a complex or fascinating drama.  It simply is magnificent, and a movie that as soon as it entered my life was a very important of it.  For this episode, my friend Craig D’Arville was kind enough to join me to discuss its merits.

Listen to the podcast episode here:   PODCAST

My review of the film on my blog:  REVIEW

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