Sister Act

Sister Act
Sister Act

Year

1992

Duration

96 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

After she witnesses a serious crime, brassy lounge singer Delores Van Cartier is whisked away from the casinos and bars of Reno to hide in a convent. Under the stern instructions of the mother superior, Delores dons a habit and tries to pass as a catholic nun. Struggling with vows of poverty and chastity, Delores eventually finds purpose in music. She uses her talents to inject much needed life into the church choir but also attracts attention that may affect her safety in the convent. This fun comedy has plenty of laughs along with enjoyable musical numbers.

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