Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit




103 minutes


Comedy, Musicals



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After her final performance at a Las Vegas theatre – portraying the antics at the nuns’ convent – the Sisters ask Deloris for one more favour. They, alongside the Reverend Mother, inform her that they now work as teachers for a school which Deloris herself previously attended. The school is facing closure if the administrator can convince the local diocese to agree, and so Deloris agrees to teach and inspire the music class, once again taking on her persona of Sister Mary Clarence. However, with the students disobedient and her peers unconvinced, turning the school’s prospects around is Sister Mary Clarence’s biggest challenge yet.

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Contains mild language and sex references.

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