Cloistered British nuns are forever changed when they relocate to an abandoned Himalayan palace harem, where long-denied erotic longings are ignited. Each must reckon with the path not taken, as old vows and new callings are tested.
A timeless classic by renowned masters of beauty and depth, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (The Red Shoes, I Know Where I’m Going). Driven by mythic struggles and bathed in saturated, emotional color. Not to be missed! (1947)
Terry Ebinger, MS, brings nearly three decades of experience as a depth psychological educator and group leader to unique programs bridging film studies, archetypal psychology, and cultural anthropology. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cinema Numina is a monthly film discussion series from The Numina Center for Spirituality and the Arts. Please join us as we view exceptional movies through a depth psychological and spiritual lens—framed by insightful commentary and soulful discussion.