Film

Fidelity and Betrayal: Variations on the Remake

Related Exhibition Picasso and American Art

Thursday, April 05, 2007, 8:30 p.m.

Phyllis Wattis Theater

Repression and eroticism mingle on-screen in this pair of films about nuns struggling against feelings of lust and uncertainty. Black Narcissus stands as a classic for its stunning cinematography and rich color, adding drama to the growing tension among a group of isolated nuns in the Himalayas, while Damned If You Don't uses black-and-white film to present a more modern tale of scandal: the lesbian seduction of a nun.

$7 general; $5 SFMOMA members, students, and seniors. Tickets are available at the Museum (with no surcharge) or online.

Additional Info

Damned If You Don't, Su Friedrich, 1987, 42 min.
Black Narcissus, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, 1947, 100 min.