Ralph Breaks the Internet
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[Director Léa] Pool's revolutionary anthem sounds like Bach, Liszt and Chopin. [Full review in Spanish]
At its core, The Passion of Augustine is so much more than a film about religion; It challenges archaic and often false perceptions of religious institutions.
Intriguing drama about a musically gifted religious who creatively handles the many changes which come her way.
It is something of a temptation, having watched Lea Pool's "The Passion of Augustine," to say that filmmakers should be discouraged from certain subjects-religious vocation, for instance, the inherent drama of which seems unknowable for the filmmaker. . .
In French Canada a nun fights to save the music school for girls that she runs, threatened by changing times and thinking. An intimate portrait as we get to see how the women who have given up the world dote on their students. Lots of good music too.
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