Holy moly, Melissa Leo makes a scary Mother Superior. In “Novitiate,” a coming-of-age drama set in an American convent during the 1960s, she plays one hell of a sadistic nun, railing at her new conscripts to self-flagellate and crawl across wet flagstones sobbing Hail Marys. At times her performance wanders into “Mommie Dearest” territory. At...
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