Sister Ann and Sister Adele are very different from each other, although they're almost always together. Sister Ann is radiant, peace-loving, compassionate. Sister Adele is unyielding, tightly strung and eager to be picked on. Sister Adele is Ann's ever-present guitar.
Debbie Reynolds plays Sister Ann in this tale inspired by the real-life Belgian nun celebrated as The Singing Nun. With lilting melodies and an earnest sense of higher calling, Ann takes her faith where it might not otherwise go - onto the world's airwaves. Her "Dominique" becomes a smash single. tons of fan mail, an "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance and concert tour offers follow. Will success hinder her life of faith? To find the answer, Ann must look deep into her own heart.
Sister Ann defies all stereotypes with her shocking habits... riding a motor scooter, never traveling without her guitar and being a bit too quirky for her calling. Her devotion is split between religious work and making hit records. Based on a true story. Academy Award Nominations: Best (Adapted) Music Score.
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