Agnieszka Holland's solid adaptation of Richard Vetere's ecclesiastical mystery novel poses some thorny questions for the more spiritual-minded among us to ponder as the second millennium draws to a close, notably: What's the meaning of contemporary sainthood, and
how do miracles figure into our fallen world? Father Frank Shore (Ed Harris) is a Chicago priest in the paradoxical position of investigating the truth of what, by nature, defy rational explanation: miracles. Father Frank's clear-eyed investigations and eventual debunking of supposedly miraculous
phenomena have earned him the nickname "The Miracle Killer," and he's been responsible for shaking the faith o...