Seeing and Believing 291 | Rose Glass’s “Saint Maud”
What’s the line between religious devotion and religious obsession? That’s the question that Wade and Kevin explore with their review of Saint Maud, the religiously themed shocker from writer/director Rose Glass. Glass makes her feature debut with this story of a nurse named Maud (Morfydd Clark) providing hospice care to a dying professional dancer (Jennifer Ehle). Maud has a second mission on top of her duties as a nurse: in addition to caring for her patient’s body, she also takes it on herself to save her soul. But do the disturbing visions that Maud is experiencing point to a darker element in her guileless belief? The guys take on these thorny issues in a discussion about how successfully Glass probes the depths of faith.
Love the show, but how can I get it onto my mp3 player? I can’t stream them. thanks!
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