An amazingly and gripping film about faith and doubt. —From the opening moments of John Patrick Shanley’s DOUBT to its conclusion, uncertainty hangs in the air, drawing the audience into a provocative mystery in which two nuns, a priest, and the mother of a young boy – as well as the audience itself — are forced to confront their core beliefs as they struggle with judgment and verdict, conviction and doubt— Now what could make a better story than that? To question is such an important part of faith. As Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wisely observed, “To have doubted one’s own first principles is the mark of a civilized man.”

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