The Singing Nun
Sister Ann, a Belgian nun, is sent to another order, where she first tries to help troubled souls like Nichole and little Dominik. When Father Clementi hears Sister Ann's uplifting singing style, he takes her to a talent competition. Suddenly Sister Ann signs a record deal and everyone listens to her carefree songs. Sister Ann is not prepared for her new fame (as in the television series "Ed Sullivan") and unwanted side effects, including an unfounded attraction for an old friend Robert.
Movies made by Henry Koster are always worth to watch, it's not different this time. In the world of cinematography, some great films have been recorded, but The Singing Nun deserves special attention. If an movie can manipulate me to stay in front of my eyes, it is very impressive. The soundtrack is very good too. The storyline is really good, the pacing is great, and the actors gave great performances. It owes its phenomenon to continuous action and increasing tension, which drops only after the... Show more
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