Many of our CFI staff members consider this Powell-Pressburger masterpiece to be one of the most romantic (as well as best) films ever made. Produced at the end of World War II, it stars Wendy Hiller as a materialistic young woman who travels to the Scottish Hebrides to marry a rich, older industrialist. A storm tosses her in the path of a penniless laird (Roger Livesey), and her values are transformed under the spell of the isles. This beautiful tale is suffused with moody landscapes, Celtic magic and eccentric humor. With Pamela Brown, Petula Clark. Writers/Producers/Directors: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger. (UK 1945) 92 min.