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A popular Connecticut priest shields a seminary rebel from the wrath of a stern monsignor.
Somewhere between laughter and tears, they found something to believe in.
Did You Know?
The movie is based on a play originally produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club, directed by Geraldine Fitzgerald and starring Milo O'Shea
as Tim Farley and Eric Roberts
as Mark Dolson. It opened at the off-Broadway Stage 73 on April 22, 1980 and ran for 104 performances. O'Shea was nominated for a Tony for his role. See more
Father Tim Farley
You're a lunatic! And Christ NEEDS lunatics. But the trouble with lunatics is, they don't know how to survive.