The Letters Synopsis
MOTHER TERESA, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, is considered one of the greatest humanitarians of modern times. Her selfless commitment changed hearts, lives and inspired millions throughout the world.
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The Letters.

By dlummus
As a Teacher she thought she heard a voice from god telling her to go to Cacutta to help and take care of the poor and dying. The local Hindus didn't like her and thought she was there to try to...

Worth to watch

By memealsabagh
Great movie...

Great history of real call from God.

By bolitav


By artledge
Inspiring. Great movie about a wonderful woman....

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By momyers04

THE LETTERS would see it again

By jrmcshea
I would see The Letters again. It is a beautifully made movie about the life and struggles of Mother Theresa and her journey toward Sainthood. The movie reveals Mother Theresa's struggles as shared...

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By beverly2008hawaii
The film was well presented and tasteful. Our Movie theater fumbled the sound and on occasion the movie! We read lips! When offered to see another film the audience said no! It was about what...

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By lancedelong
Inspirational story of an ordinary life who wished to follow God's call to take care of "His" poor children. Amazing how she totally trusted God to allow it all to happen as she lived on the streets...

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By mshinnbouck
Focused upon a few intense years of Mother Theresa's life when she left the cloister & began her mission, the movie introduces the viewer to a darker side of this tireless advocate of the poorest of...


By debrawagamon
I was captivated through the entire film. It depicted the life of a true servant of God; one who brought love, compassion, and hope to those who felt rejected by society. She never wanted...

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Rated PG | For Thematic material including some images of human suffering.
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Common Sense Media says Underwhelming biopic about the extraordinary Mother Teresa.
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