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Sister Pearls and Mission Girls (2003)

The moving story of a pioneering group of Irish nuns and their life's work with the Aboriginal people of the Kimberley in Australia.

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The moving story of a pioneering group of Irish nuns and their life's work with the Aboriginal people of the Kimberley in Australia.

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Excedingly Boring
11 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

Has to watch it in English class, and thought it was incredibly boring. It is a very informative documentary, and tells an interesting story, but manages to do it in a very boring way! The story is about Mother Antonio O'Brien and the 9 young St John of God sisters who came to the Kimberley, Australia in 1907, and the impact they had on the community over the last 100 years. The nuns have gone through a lot since arriving in The Kimberley in 1907, and it makes an interesting story, but tit is not represented in an interesting manner in this documentary. my recommendation only watch it if there is nothing else to do at all, and you like stories about the hardship of living in Australia. i only give it 3 out of 10 because the story is interesting even if the documentary is crap.


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