They immediately clash on how to run a school and discipline students. But watch how they clash. This is 1945. There is no back talk or angry words. Both use their own ways to try to influence the other to see things their way.
Bing Crosby is made for this role, playing a persuasive and charming man of faith. Ingrid Bergman is luminous in her nun’s habit, loving the children and passionate about her faith. Towards then end, when misunderstandings threaten their hard-earned friendship, she says so much just with her eyes. Especially in the final scenes. Amazing actress!
This scene where the kids put on their own Christmas pageant is adorable!
Did you ever see a Christmas pageant like this at your church?