This week, we check out the famous lost (and found) short film by Roger Christian, Black Angel. This gorgeous little jam occupies a neat place in Star Wars history and also happens to be a mighty fine bit of early 80s sword and sorcery cinema in its own right. And after you listen to our takes on it, you can check it out for yourself on YouTube for free (with a brief intro by Christian).
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One thought on “Black Angel”
So great to hear about this from you guys… gave me big Dagobah and Monty Python vibes. Modern movies need more slowly drifting fog XD