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Nothing Sacred (1998)

| Drama | TV Movie
Nothing Sacred is a film adaptation of the stage play, itself adapted from Ivan Turgenev's 1862 novel, Fathers and Sons.

Director:

Robert Sherrin

Writers:

George F. Walker (play), George F. Walker (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Eric Peterson
Sonja Smits
Randy Hughson Randy Hughson
David Storch
Michael Hogan
Michael McManus ... Viktor
Peter Blais Peter Blais
Linda Prystawska Linda Prystawska
Jeffrey Kuhn Jeffrey Kuhn ... Gregor
Patrick Gallagher
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Clayton Landey
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Nothing Sacred is a film adaptation of the stage play, itself adapted from Ivan Turgenev's 1862 novel, Fathers and Sons.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

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Color
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Well acted, written, directed
5 April 2006 | by oldeb23See all my reviews

It was really a shame when they cut this series off in mid-season. It was probably the most honest depiction of a city parish that has ever been produced. Nothing was glossed over and the characters were not shown to be holier than thou. Certainly obvious, was the fact that a priest was one of the main consultants/writers. Issues that beset those who have chosen to be clerics - those who practice - those who do not practice the faith - were thoughtfully presented. The episodes really made one stop and think. I found the shows in which the priest(s) dealt with issues of their own to be most effective. This made them more real and accessible - something, which I am afraid - is not the case with most Catholic clerics. I would suggest that the series be shown in the seminaries so the young men who have elected to follow this path could see what "out there" might be like. I certainly wish that they would release the aired shows on DVD and if there were any in the can, or unreleased, I would relish having them in my library.....and I almost never purchase DVD's.


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