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Sinners (2002)

Set in the ultra conservative Ireland of the 60s, Catholic Theresa are in trouble in a country where women are punished if they become pregnant out of wedlock.

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Aisling Walsh

Writer:

Lizzie Mickery
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Cast

Credited cast:
Karen Ardiff Karen Ardiff ... Nuala
John Boland John Boland ... Sergeant
Ruth Bradley ... Angela
Michael Colgan Michael Colgan ... Eammon
Alan Devlin Alan Devlin ... Father Flannery
Anne-Marie Duff ... Anne Marie / Theresa
Veronica Duffy Veronica Duffy ... Aunt Collette
Joni Fitzgerald Joni Fitzgerald ... Crying Girl
Bronagh Gallagher ... Kitty
Eileen Gibbons Eileen Gibbons ... Sister Frances
Deirdre Herbert Deirdre Herbert ... Sister Cecilia
John Kavanagh ... Frank
Tina Kellegher ... Sr. Bernadette
Gary Lydon Gary Lydon ... Patrick
Ruth McCabe ... Rev. Mother Paul
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Set in the ultra conservative Ireland of the 60s, Catholic Theresa are in trouble in a country where women are punished if they become pregnant out of wedlock.

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Official Sites:

BBC Northern Ireland

Country:

Ireland

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Bűnösök See more »

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Laurel Films See more »
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What year is this anyway?
18 April 2004 | by mark-pattisonSee all my reviews

Very unsettling subject. I wasn't aware that Ireland was a church run state until I saw Sinners (and subsequently read about The Magdalene Sisters). It reminds me of the Salem Witch Hunt, or McCarthyism or the Spanish Inquisition in that people were not allowed to think or believe whatever they chose. Imagine in modern times (these types of "homes" or "prisons" were finally closed for good in the mid-1990's!!) the state being able to control you for going against some antiquated church doctrine. It seems unthinkable. To my mind, living in a free and democratic country should mean you can believe what you choose and decide whether or not to allow a/your church to imprison you, beat you, take away your baby and then still keep you locked up. My mind reels that a modern society in the western world could allow this.


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