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Absolution (1978) This gripping and bizarre story of a Catholic priest and his students at an all-boys boarding school contains mystery, intrigue, murder and leads to a Hitchcock-like shock ending. ABSOLUTION is based on a true story. Two students at a British boarding school use the confessional to manipulate a rigid Catholic priest into becoming involved in murder. Notes: Film's release was delayed by two years, due to it's failure to find a distributor. At the time of it's British release, it had not yet found a US distributor. The film was rated X by the British Board of Film Censors. Shot in Technicolor. When this film was shown on British TV, it went under the title "Murder by Confession."
Absolution (1978) This gripping and bizarre story of a Catholic priest and his students at an all-boys boarding school contains mystery, intrigue, murder and leads to a Hitchcock-like shock ending. ABSOLUTION is based on a true story. Two students at a British boarding school use the confessional to manipulate a rigid Catholic priest into becoming involved in murder. Notes: Film's release was delayed by two years, due to it's failure to find a distributor. At the time of it's British release, it had not yet found a US distributor. The film was rated X by the British Board of Film Censors. Shot in Technicolor. When this film was shown on British TV, it went under the title "Murder by Confession."
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Format: DVD
Label: KLSC
Rel. Date: 07/05/2016
UPC: 738329203672

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Absolution (1978) This gripping and bizarre story of a Catholic priest and his students at an all-boys boarding school contains mystery, intrigue, murder and leads to a Hitchcock-like shock ending. ABSOLUTION is based on a true story. Two students at a British boarding school use the confessional to manipulate a rigid Catholic priest into becoming involved in murder. Notes: Film's release was delayed by two years, due to it's failure to find a distributor. At the time of it's British release, it had not yet found a US distributor. The film was rated X by the British Board of Film Censors. Shot in Technicolor. When this film was shown on British TV, it went under the title "Murder by Confession."
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