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  • The Calling [DVD] The Calling | DVD | (16/08/2010) from £6.69  |  Saving you £-0.70 (-11.70%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Joanna is about to graduate from University with her whole life set up for her but she has decided to face up to a truth she has been avoiding her whole life. Since she was small she has had the desire to become a Nun. She is set on joining a closed order of Benedictines. Her best friend cannot believe it her boyfriend is devastated and her mother feels it's just a phase. The only encouragement she gets is from the family's religious housekeeper Consuela When she finally gets to the convent the liberalism of a politically active Novice Sister Ignatious and a bunch of women with border-line mental illness including a psychotic Mother Superior an alcoholic football fan in charge of the vineyard an over-pious floor mopper Sister Hilda to name a few at first makes her wonder if she's following the right path after all but as she gets to know the Sisters and the enormous community bond they all share and the spiritual love that connects them she starts to see glimpses of her own spiritual fulfillment. Several weeks into her vocation she discovers something in herself which brings a whole new series of secrets out into the open until eventually the bond she has with Sister Ignatious dictates and assists in her destiny.

  • The Thirteenth Tale - As Seen on the BBC [DVD] The Thirteenth Tale - As Seen on the BBC | DVD | (27/10/2014) from £9.49  |  Saving you £3.50 (26.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The Thirteenth Tale is a haunting psychological mystery adapted by Oscar winning screenwriter Christopher Hampton from Diane Setterfield's bestselling novel. Biographer Margaret Lea (Olivia Colman - Broadchurch) is summoned to the Yorkshire home of reclusive dying novelist Vida Winter (Vanessa Redgrave – Atonement) who has handpicked Margaret to write her biography. Though initially hesitant as Vida has a reputation for distorting facts in interviews Margaret becomes fascinated by her previously untold story. As the novelist recounts her dark and disturbing childhood Margaret is compelled to finally face the trauma of her own past. But as time runs out Margaret desperate to hear the end of Vida's story begins to wonder if she is hearing the confessions of a murderer.

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