Stella Days

Martin Sheen stars as a parish priest in mid-1950’s Ireland, caught in a dramatic struggle between faith and passion, and Rome and Hollywood. In an attempt to raise funds for his church and merge his passion for film with his faith, he opens a small cinema in his community - The Stella - provoking conflict with the Bishop and the parishioners.

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Apparently simple yet complex movie

What comes across as a simple tale about a priest opening a movie house in rural Ireland is actually a complex story of conflict about one's faith,tussle between perceived truth and reality,one's... Read More

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