Webteam: March 2019
Wimborne Holy Week Film
Wednesday 17 April 2019 at 7.00 pm.
A nun about to take her vows, leaves the convent to probe mysteries that only her aunt can unlock.
An unsettling spiritual sojourn in search of truth and meaning, where long sought-after calm will be as difficult to bear as not knowing.
One reviewer writes:
"Perhaps my favourite film of the last quarter century. The camera never moves but every shot is exquisite. The story is profound, moving, and deeply layered. The love and energy given to render a particular time and place is praiseworthy."
This is a Polish film with English subtitles — great for those whose hearing is not as sharp as it was. The film lasts for 1 hour 20 minutes, after which there will be a break for coffee followed by a conversation about the film.
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