RogerEbert.com — Novitiate

Novitiate Movie Review“Novitiate” marks the ambitious, assured feature filmmaking debut of Margaret Betts, who takes on a topic that may sound dull — nuns in flux during the ideological shift of the Catholic Church’s Vatican II — and makes it quietly riveting. Betts explores the mystery and ecstasy of faith with zero judgment. And Melissa Leo is awesomely over the top as the convent’s old-school Reverend Mother. My RogerEbert.com review.

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One Comment on “RogerEbert.com — Novitiate

  1.  by  Margaret Harris

    Enjoyed reading this review, but the women who are in the novitiate are called novices.

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