Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story
Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story ★★½ 1996 (PG-13)
Dorothy Day (Kelly) was a social activist who founded the left-wing publication The Catholic Worker and was dedicated to sheltering and feeding the poor, founding soup kitchens across America. A radical journalist and New York bohemian, Day converts to Catholicism in the '20s and is soon working with the city's poor and homeless. Episodic story works mainly on indignation and its heroine's compassion. 110m/C VHS . Moira Kelly, Martin Sheen, Melinda Dillon, Lenny Von Dohlen, Heather Graham, Geoffrey Blake, Boyd Kestner, Allyce Beasley, Brian Keith; D: Michael Ray Rhodes; W: John Wells; C: Mike Fash; M: Bill Conti, Ashley Irwin.