In this deeply affecting documentary about pedophilia, director Amy Berg provides an extended interview with one Father Oliver O'Grady, a priest living in Ireland after serving seven years in prison for his crime.
Won: Best Non-Fiction Film, 2006 New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Nominated: Best Documentary, 2007 Academy Awards; Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary, 2007 Directors Guild of America Awards
Neither sensationalistic nor sentimental, Ms. Berg's film is clear-sighted, tough-minded and devastating, a portrait of individual criminality and institutional indifference, a study in the betrayal of trust and the irresponsibility of authority.
-- A.O. Scott, NEW YORK TIMES