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  • An outstanding adaptation of Robert Bolt's play by Nun's Story director Fred Zinnemann, Seasons revisits the ill-fated conflict between Henry VIII and More, building upon the film's central ethical issue: Whether More will sacrifice his life in defense of moral truth.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • The Nun's Story (1959)- Devout, kindhearted Belgian girl Gabrielle (Audrey Hepburn) takes vows and becomes Sister Luke, a nun who achieves her dream of working in the Belgian Congo and ministering to the infirm, yet not without difficulties of conscience.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • An outstanding adaptation of Robert Bolt's play by Nun's Story director Fred Zinnemann, Seasons revisits the ill-fated conflict between Henry VIII and More, building upon the film's central ethical issue: Whether More will sacrifice his life in defense of moral truth.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • The Nun's Story (1959)- Devout, kindhearted Belgian girl Gabrielle (Audrey Hepburn) takes vows and becomes Sister Luke, a nun who achieves her dream of working in the Belgian Congo and ministering to the infirm, yet not without difficulties of conscience.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • The Nun's Story (1959)- Devout, kindhearted Belgian girl Gabrielle (Audrey Hepburn) takes vows and becomes Sister Luke, a nun who achieves her dream of working in the Belgian Congo and ministering to the infirm, yet not without difficulties of conscience.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • An outstanding adaptation of Robert Bolt's play by Nun's Story director Fred Zinnemann, Seasons revisits the ill-fated conflict between Henry VIII and More, building upon the film's central ethical issue: Whether More will sacrifice his life in defense of moral truth.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • An outstanding adaptation of Robert Bolt's play by Nun's Story director Fred Zinnemann, Seasons revisits the ill-fated conflict between Henry VIII and More, building upon the film's central ethical issue: Whether More will sacrifice his life in defense of moral truth.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • An outstanding adaptation of Robert Bolt's play by Nun's Story director Fred Zinnemann, Seasons revisits the ill-fated conflict between Henry VIII and More, building upon the film's central ethical issue: Whether More will sacrifice his life in defense of moral truth.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • The Nun's Story (1959)- Devout, kindhearted Belgian girl Gabrielle (Audrey Hepburn) takes vows and becomes Sister Luke, a nun who achieves her dream of working in the Belgian Congo and ministering to the infirm, yet not without difficulties of conscience.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

  • The Nun's Story (1959)- Devout, kindhearted Belgian girl Gabrielle (Audrey Hepburn) takes vows and becomes Sister Luke, a nun who achieves her dream of working in the Belgian Congo and ministering to the infirm, yet not without difficulties of conscience.

    John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith

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