An intense, finely observed study of the tensions generated within a religious community between the rules of faith and the law of nature, between loyalty to a system and love of family. The pain on Siobhan Finneran's face is etched into every frame, so much so that at times viewing becomes a rather heavy burden.
An insight into the Jehovah's witnesses and their faith through the story of a mother and her two daughters raised in the faith. I did not know much about Jehovah's witnesses, for example why they do not accept transfusions and this was a real eye opener. It gave a stark view on the group and their disfellowshipping system.