Traces artist and nun Corita Kent`s journey to self-realization.
Artist and Sister, teacher and revolutionary, the creator of the world`s largest painting (The Boston Gas Co. rainbow) and the world`s smallest (the original LOVE postage stamp), she was a nun who left the church at age 50 to find God - and herself. Narrated by Eva Marie Saint (using Corita`s own words), the film presents an intimate portrait of an artist who bridged the gap between religious and secular art, and commercial and fine art, while helping people to see both art and society in new ways.
Other credits: Written by Jeffrey Hayden and Amanda Pope Associate Producers: Mickey Myers and Kelley Cauthen Composer: Rene Dupere Narrated by Eva Marie Saint
"A delightful, enthusiastic insight into the life and work of an important contributor to our time." --Norman Cousins