Magdalene Sisters film Product Information
Magdalene Sisters movie was released Sep 07, 2004 by the Buena Vista Home Entertainment studio. The uplifting true story of one of the great injustices of our time and three extraordinary young woment with the courage to defy it.
Magdalene Sisters review Product Description
Peter Mullen's shocking drama THE MAGDALENE SISTERS is based on real events that took place in Ireland from the 1960s until 1996 when an estimated 30,000 young women, considered by their families to have committed sexual sins, were sent away from their homes to earn penitence working in profit-making laundries run by the Sisters of Magdalene Order. ...See Full Description
Magdalene Sisters movie Customer Reviews
||very good acting|
Magdalene Sisters video worth watching but some people where afended they it was going against there rel.
By joseph.hampson (united kingdom)
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Magdalene Sisters video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6657425|
|Studio||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Release Date||Sep 07, 2004|
|Rating Reason||violence/cruelty, nudity, sexual content and language|
|Running Time||119 Minutes|
Magdalene Sisters DVD Features
The Magdalene Sisters
A stirring, must-see motion picture critics called one of the best films of the year, THE MAGDALENE SISTERS is the triumphant story of three extraordinary women whose courage to defy a century of injustice would inspire a nation! Abandoned by society and cast out by their families for crimes they did not commit, these women found themselves stripped of their liberty and dignity and condemned to indefinite sentences of manual labor. Within the church-run Magdalene Laundries, these women were forced into unbearable institutional servitude in order to cleanse themselves of the "sins" of which they had been accused. From acclaimed director Peter Mullan, this award-winning powerhouse not only reveals the truth behind one of the great tragedies of our time, but celebrates the bravery that would bring it to an end!
Source: Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
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