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Jeannie Donovan, a party-girl searching for that something missing in her life, finds it in El Salvador, hooking up with three nuns and a heartful of ache, love, and horror in the midst of a civil war. This is a true story of the four American churchwomen murdered in the Central American countryside, and the indifference of the American government to their sad and desperate story.

  1. Joseph Sargent

    Director

  2. John Pielmeier

    Writer

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  1. Melissa Gilbert

    Melissa Gilbert

    Jean Donovan

  2. Peter Horton

    Peter Horton

    Doug

  3. Helen Hunt

    Helen Hunt

    Cathy

  4. Mary McCusker

    Sister Maura Clarke

  5. Mari Gorman

    Sister Ita Ford

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Status Released

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  • December 5, 1983
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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