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Release Date:October 22nd, 2002
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:119 minutes
Directed By:
Peter MullanPeter Mullan
Written By:
Peter MullanPeter Mullan
No image existsAnne-Marie Duff
No image existsNora-Jane Noone
No image existsMary Murray
No image existsBritta Smith
No image existsGeraldine McEwan
No image existsEamonn Owens
No image existsEileen Walsh
No image existsChris Simpson
Dorothy DuffyDorothy Duffy
No image existsFrances Healy
No image existsEithne McGuinness
No image existsPhyllis MacMahon
No image existsRebecca Walsh
No image existsSean Colgan
No image existsDaniel Costello

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The Magdalene Sisters Movie Review by Movie Addict (1/9/2014)

What is the difference between the parents of the girls in the asylum and the nuns who ran it? Absolutely nothing; they were both guilty of unspeakable crimes against these girls.

What is the difference between the nuns and Southerners? Absolutely nothing; they both used people as slaves.

The nuns silence as a weapon to...

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The Magdalene Sisters Movie Review by Jarrod (3/12/2008)

As if the Catholic Church did not have enough dirty secrets, 'The Magdalene Sisters' divulges one more, this time from the depths of church-run laundry facilities in Ireland, where young girls were sent by their parents to atone for their sins. Peter Mullan's powerful, harrowing film introduces us to three girls, Margaret...

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