Ida is a beautiful gem of a film with a five halo rating.

It is 1962 in Poland and Anna (Trzebuchowsha), a young novitiate nun, is preparing to receive her vows for full time service. She is called into the mother superior’s office and informed that it would be a good idea for Anna to travel by train to meet her aunt before making her decision as a bride of Christ.  Anna didn’t know that she had an aunt; she had been left at the convent as an infant.

A black and white film, spoken in Polish with subtitles

On DVD, Netflix, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play and other streaming services.

Read Rev. Bruce Batchelor-Glader’s review …