The beautiful and classy Deborah Kerr and the ruggedly handsome, pot-smoking, Robert Mitchum made some dangerous waves together too. Heaven Knows, Mr. AllisonA wonderful film. ^^
I remember that film too! I still like the Nun's Story as it really showed what semi-cloistered religious life was like in the first part of the 20th century - though this version is told from the perspective of a former nun who felt herself to be an outsider/misfit. The war turned life upside down in every state of life - convents not excluded. It lends a more profound meaning to the expression, 'war is a punishment for sin' - the consequences of the disorder of war are far reaching - down through generations.
War ... ugly in all respects but sometimea necessary.True what you say though but as we are yet not free from the effects of war, I believe we may not be until the Lord returns.May we be found working and praying for peace and tending to our neighbor upon His glorious return.
Typo alert! >•<I meant to say, sometimes necessary.
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