Sara Clements is a journalism major and freelance writer based in Canada.
Powell and Pressburger's 1947 film Black Narcissus is a an epic of Biblical proportions. But the most epic part is not its grandiose sets or the way in which the duo uses colour, it's the breakdown of Kathleen Byron's Sister Ruth.
In his feature debut, writer-director A.T. White takes his own personal experiences and creates a film that is more than just your archetypal sci-fi horror drama. The world of the protagonist, Aubrey (Virginia Gardner), has come to an!-->!-->!-->…