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Powell, Pressburger and Cardiff made some of the most unique films ever, and this is one of the best.
Sister Clodagh will come to terms with the fact that we are all human, even herself, and will begin to learn humility.
Within all this, as I mentioned above, every shot in this film is beautiful for its color or presentation of nature.
This film is a must for film buffs. It also has a historical director review.Published 2 months ago by wristfulart
One of the greatest Color movies ever. Three-strip Technicolor coming at ya!
Criterion remains the Gold Standard.
This film takes place in the Himalayas, where a group of nuns struggle to establish a convent, in order to provide education and a medical clinic to the local populace. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gus Wellisch
This movie is outstanding in so many areas. The story itself is intriging, the setting is surprising, the cast is superb and the direction and innovative use of what was then a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nellieanna H. Hay
Academy award nominations and wins: Colored Cinematography and Set Design.
March boy award nominations: Supporting Actress-May Halatt. Read more
What can I say that others have said? Powell & Pressburger are masters of cinema of all history. This film is so inusual, that for comprehend totally I watched two times completely... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Victor Diaz Murillo
This movie is a classic and deservedly so--it has everything--love, conflict and suspense. I really enjoyed it but the only drawback was that there were no captions, even though... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Ann MacLagan
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If what you say is true, then next time you may want to consider not taking NINE YEARS to clarify what you mean about the movie "missing" a specific scene.
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My God!! Don't you know your cinema history at all? Sit in a dark room and repeat over and over to yourself. There were no modern widescreen movies before 1953, there were no modern widescreen movies before 1953 ... Also, check out this website:
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