The dismantling of a community and the ongoing efforts and attempts to rebuild while preserving their moral compass. The world slowly crumbles around them. All alone...
What did I just watch? Was this actually made in 1947? I don't think P&P are time travelers but this makes me a bit skeptical. This is possibly one of the best uses of technicolor I have ever seen and could pass as a film made in this 80s+. Beautiful painted backdrops and a marvelous setting makes for one great viewing experience. A story that unfolds at a perfect pace into a suspenseful final act. Highly recommended but I'm sure anybody familiar with P&P already have this on their watchlist or have seen it already. I am late to this party.