BBC1, last night
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No wonder it is difficult for the General to find tenants in the Himalayan palace of Black Narcissus (BBC1). The shutters opened with a slam and the door rang. The cat fell off. The gatekeeper brought out a few bowls of milk for the resident ghost, and there was a zombie yoga saint in the property.
The ambitious nun Sclodagh is determined to ignore all this, because she and her four nuns jointly established a Christian mission school called Holy Faith.
Sister Sister is played by former Bond girl Gemma Arterton (Bomm Girl Gemma Arterton), she was once the strawberry field in the unforgettable “Quantum Quantum”
The ambitious nun Clodagh is determined to ignore all this because she and her four nuns have established a Christian mission school called St Faith.
The Mopu Palace on the border between India and Nepal was once the residence of the local princes and concubines. In 1914, his insane daughter was thrown into the canyon from the clock tower, and now, twenty years later, her restless ghost wanders in the corridor, appearing in a mirror like a vampire.
“To be honest,” the general (Kurwend Gill) murmured, “I never liked this palace.”
Clodagh, who didn’t talk too much nonsense, didn’t want to be distracted by this. When the highly nervous novice Ruth (Aisling Franciosi) began to grumble and see the dead, she gave her a stiff smudge.
But even Clodagh can’t forget the demonic charm of Dean, played by Alessandro Nivola. Mr. Dean is flirting with all the nuns, with cigarettes between his lips like sexy Andy Capp. Every time Ruth glanced at her, her knees became weak.
The older sister also found herself fantasizing about riding a horse through the sunny meadows and dipping thinly in the lake. I don’t think we need Dr. Freud to tell us everything.
If you haven’t watched the 1947 Oscar-winning film with Deborah Kerr, the adaptation of Rumer Godden’s novel is original and surprising-this It is an erotic combination of a psychological horror movie and “Midwife”. In one scene, the ladies are teaching local rap, and in the next scene, they flush on the faded harem murals.
All people were attracted to the stone steps, without stair railings, clinging to the side of the palace above the cliff. This is the only way to the bell tower, and the nuns do need to ring the bell regularly. You might think that Mr. Dean can do better, at least fix a wooden rail.
The weird black narcissus continues tonight and ends tomorrow. This is easily the best thing since Christmas. Even if you don’t like ghost stories, they are worth watching. It was shot somewhere in Nepal, and the mountains in the background are so vast that it looks too big to blend into the sky.
Jim Broadbent also has a cameo, playing a priest disguised as a fever to get out of office
It also features the late Ms. Diana Rigg (Diana Rigg) as the final TV role, before sending her to the icy north, briskly piercing the arrogance of the Clodagh sisters, announcing that no one thinks of her Be competent for this job.
Jim Broadbent also has a cameo, playing a priest disguised as a fever to get out of office.
The automatic parts of the aging TV Titan can worsen the production of inferior films: Orson Welles has made many of these parts, and his presence suggests that the budget was wasted even before filming started.
However, the appearance of these two stars in the opening ceremony has been well judged, which reassures us that this unusual story has high standards and attention to detail.
Rosie Cavaliero, Karen Bryson, and Patsy Ferran are other missionaries, and they have a habit of coarse cotton. When they spent the first night lying on the floor of the stone palace, their heads and bodies were bound by white cloth, looking like medieval plague corpses.
Although the actors around her are powerful, Miss Arterton is responsible for the play. The superior mother’s prediction is that Sister Cloda’s self-confidence has greatly weakened her self-centeredness and experience, unable to cope with it.
The smallest threat to her authority filled her with anger. Even failure to flush indoor toilets is considered a personal insult. Therefore, when Mr. Dean wandered in the muddy yard, whistling and regaining the original emotion of being buried, the poor woman was doomed to be flustered.
The locals all exchange knowledge. This place was once known as the women’s house, and licentious and wanton infiltrated its walls. The ankle robe and the wooden crucifix have no protection.
The title of Women’s House is better than that of Black Narcissus. In this regard, “The Ghost of the Empress” and “The Death of the General’s Sister” will also be the same. Or, if you want to understand Mills and Boone comprehensively, what about “Forbidden Heights”?
But forgot the name. Everything else about this is great.