Sinner the Movie

Take a look at this website for "Sinner."  I haven't seen the film in its entirety, but it's definitely a cut above most of the "Catholic films" about which I received promotions emails, with a good score and high production values. 

Here's the trailer:

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About Mary Jane Ballou

Mary Jane Ballou’s life in sacred music began in a children’s choir at the age of three. Instrumental music waited until her piano lessons started in primary school. And her music life remains a joyous pairing of sacred vocal music and the instrumental repertoire of Spain, Ireland, and Scotland.

3 thoughts on “Sinner the Movie

  1. janet

    It looks very interesting… but from the trailer it looks like it could go either way… would have to know more about it before deciding to see it… thanks for sharing.
    PS… been trying to learn the Little Office myself… looking forward to your help a great deal :)

  2. Brendan

    Stumbled on your interesting blog researching this Sinner film. I also got the promo material and it looked promising, but after seeing the full film I’m disappointed. For one things there’s nudity, and loads of F-words and some distasteful scenes. Artistically I found it rather awkward and clichéd, though there’s possibly the makings of a good story in there somewhere.

  3. Acadia

    I saw it at a film festival and loved it. Yes, there is some very brief nudity and vulgarity but it has an important context in the film. It is not a bubble gum film, it is a grown up film which brings up a lot of issues to Catholics and all people of faith. I think a mature film viewer will appreciate the themes and be able to deal with the real world elements.

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