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What can one person do to make a difference in the world? A lot--especially if that person is Mother Teresa. Yet how did a humble nun serving on the streets of Calcutta become a household name, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and a saint? Find out in this movie, starring Olivia Hussey.
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The movie focuses on the incredible accomplishments of a humble nun who determines to help the poor and needy. Demonstrating due to civil and religious unrest, angry men begin to fight and gunshots are heard. Bloody wounds are shown from combat and accidental injury. A man threatens a woman with a knife and an angry mob throws stones. Men, women and children are shown begging for food. Illness and death are discussed and implied. A nurse holds a saw that is to be used in an amputation operation. Scandals over money, accusations of selling children, and problems over proper permits plague charity efforts.
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National Geographic presents an interesting look at the workings of the Catholic Church in their documentary, Inside the Vatican. Nuns play a central role in the movies, Lilies of the Field and The Sound of Music.
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DVD Release Date: 13 June 2006
Originally made for TV, this dramatized biography includes no bonus features with its DVD release. The English audio track is recorded in 5.1 Dolby Surround, and subtitles are available in English and Spanish.