Suspicions of child abuse fuel a traditionalist nun's (Meryl Streep) personal crusade against a popular priest (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who wants to reform her school's strict customs.
John Patrick Shanley's Doubt has traveled far in the past four years -- from its off-Broadway beginnings to Broadway success to holiday-release movie. Awards buzz has followed Shanley's work throughout. The play won a Pulitzer Prize along with several Tony and Drama Desk awards. To date, the movie has racked up 10 SAG and Golden Globe nominations, with Oscar season fast approaching.
Shanley's success isn't too surprising, given the caliber of talent he's brought to his casts. In the movie, Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman star as the embattled Sister Aloysius and Father Flynn. Recently, ReelzChannel sat down with both stars to discuss bringing this tale about the consequences of blind justice to the big screen. See our interview with Meryl Streep and interview with Philip Seymour Hoffman.
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