- Ross Anderson, Tony Atherton, Eve Austin
- August 27th 2021
- Michael Caton-Jones
This Scottish coming-of-age film follows five friends as they get up to no good during a school trip to Edinburgh.
Alan Warner’s 1998 novel The Sopranos first inspired the West End play, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, and now it has served as the basis for the new movie, Our Ladies.
Set in 1996, this Scottish coming-of-age film follows five friends – Orla (Tallulah Greive), Manda (Sally Messham), Chell (Rona Morison), Kylah (Marli Siu), and Fionnula (Abigail Lawrie) – from Fort William in the Scottish Highlands over the course of 24 hours as they go on a trip to Edinburgh with their convent school, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, for a choir competition.
However, the girls are more interested in using the trip to the city as an opportunity to drink, go wild, and get laid, much to Sister Condron’s (Kate Dickie) disapproval.
These rebellious Catholic girls, who are completely boy-mad and sex-crazy, are a joy to watch. The script is littered with crude sex references, double entendre, and euphemisms as the girls can’t resist bringing their conversations...