Film curator Coye Lloyd explores with Anne the wide open landscapes and true grit truth of NOMADLAND (2020, dir. Chloé Zhao), Frances McDormand's masterfully casual middle-age/coming-of-age trek.
For *YOU'VE never SEEN??*, Coye muses on BLACK SABBATH (1963, dir. Mario Bava), a pleasurably incoherent Italian horror serial featuring late-career Boris Karloff as a vampire.
I haven't seen this movie, but it brings to mind the book, Tales of a Female Nomad, one of my favorite books.
Thanks, Marilyn ! I looked up this book. It sounds like a classic. Am going to put it on hold at the library...