St Joseph's Convent Documentary

St Joseph's Convent Documentary

St Joseph's Convent Documentary is a movie starring Lesley Anslow, Sister Antionette, and Stephen Armourae. Documentary about the unusual events at the St Joseph's Convent school in Sidcup. Loved by many of the pupils who recount...

Running Time
50 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary
Director
Stephen Armourae
Writer
Stephen Armourae
Actors
Stephen Armourae, Lesley Anslow, Sister Emmanuelle, Sister Antionette
Country
UK
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about history «St Joseph's Convent Documentary» (14)

Anna Jacobs avatar
Anna Jacobs

Documentary about the unusual events at the St Joseph's Convent school in Sidcup. Loved by many of the pupils who recount their memories surrounded by art and incense.

Amy Ward avatar
Amy Ward

Stephen Armourae is an impeccable storyteller. That’s why was astonishing and spectacular!

Diana B. avatar
Diana B.

Excellent, loved it!!!

Cheryl Coleman avatar
Cheryl Coleman

Believe me you will enjoy it! A must watch for History fans

Kenneth avatar
Kenneth

I Love it! It is perfect and Just what I was looking for!

David avatar
David

Watched this movie and loved every second of it. Sister Antionette pulling it off yet again!

Bruce avatar
Bruce

OMG!!! This movie cannot be simply described in words. Go see this movie guys. Your mind will be blown. I've already seen this movie and looking forward to see it again.

Mildred Fowler avatar
Mildred Fowler

It kept you going I couldn't putt it on hold to get my coffee.

Charles avatar
Charles

Well-crafted, well-written, and well-acted film. Stephen Armourae added depth to its characters and an acerbic quality to its witty dialog.

Jordan W. avatar
Jordan W.

Every genre has the potential to be 'done well'... and this film meets those expectations.

Angela K. avatar
Angela K.

Impressive! It really achieved higher than any other Documentary movie before and it goes down as a masterpiece. Perhaps the best that cinema has ever been.