Award-winning documentary examines the fascinating life of Sister Helen Travis. Working in a halfway house for recovering addicts in the South Bronx, the brash and foul-mouthed Benedictine nun candidly discusses her struggles with alcohol, as well as how booze and drugs claimed the lives of her husband and sons. What follows is a surprising look at the enduring power of faith and the human spirit. 88 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; audio commentary; biographies; deleted scenes; interviews.