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Rated NR · 24 minutes


The kaleidoscope of baby boomers' psyches features adults describing, with a sense a humor and a sense of survival, childhood experiences of physical and psychological punishment during their education by Catholic nuns, especially in the 1950's and 1960's. The film, includes commentary by contemporary nuns, and two prominent playwrights from New York, Albert Innaurato and Chris Durang. It breaks down the complicated dichotomy of the roots and reasons of punishemnt employed in Catholic education and offers an understanding of the austere differences in the lives of the nuns of that era.

Director: Nick Higgins

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