Watch Calvary Movie Online
Published 03 13, 2015
Year : 2014
Release date : 11 April 2014
Director : John Michael McDonagh,
Writers: John Michael McDonagh,
Stars: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd, Kelly Reilly, Aidan Gillen, Dylan Moran,
Time: 102 min.
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In a confessional, a parishioner talks to Father James about his childhood sexual abuse by a priest. He says he will kill James the next Sunday, because James is a good man and it would be worse and more disconcerting for the Catholic Church than killing a bad priest; in any case the offender has already died. James' daughter Fiona comes to visit from London after attempting suicide. She becomes closer to him but is still upset that he abandoned her after her mother's death to become a priest. James hears that local butcher Jack Brennan is beating his wife Veronica and goes to confront him. Jack denies it and says he believes Veronica's Ivorian lover Simon is the culprit. At the church, James tries to talk Milo, a socially awkward young man, out of joining the Army. James visits Michael Fitzgerald, a lonely millionaire who lives outside of town. He tells James that most of his money is illegal, but he wants to donate some money to the church. Before James leaves, Michael drunkenly urinates on the painting The Ambassadors. Later at the pub, the townsfolk spot the local church burning down. Michael donates money to assuage his conscience. At the pub, James talks to Frank Harte, an atheist doctor, who relates how a 3-year-old child was made permanently deaf, mute, paralyzed and blind after botched anesthesia. He explains to James that being unable to hear oneself scream is perhaps analogous to the silence victims of sexual abuse often impose on themselves; James is offended and angered by Harte's story. He subsequently gets drunk and starts a fight with the bartender. Before heading to the beach on Sunday, James calls Fiona and tells her that people look too much at sins and not enough on virtues. He believes that the most important virtue is forgiveness. Fiona agrees and they make their peace with each other.