Sounds like a good movie. I'll watch it.
I've often wondered about something I read in a paper or magazine as far back as the 1980s or maybe even the late 1970s. It was back in the time when people like me were making jokes about Catholic priests and choir boys but thought we were joking about exaggerated stereotypes and never really thought that such things were actually occurring.
And then I came across the article written by someone who had been abused at a Catholic school and now, in adulthood, he was thinking about bringing the abuser to justice. In the article he said he didn't want to give away any details that might attract people with a grudge against the church and might be tempted to tell lies about what happened all those years ago, so he placed an cryptic advert in the Personal Column of a local paper: "Does anyone remember Brother Bernard" it read; no other details at all.
(I can't remember the actual name of the brother so I called him Bernard)
Anyway, the person writing the article said he got dozens of replies from children (adults by then) who had gone to the school where Brother "Bernard" had been a teacher, and all of them said they had been abused by that teacher. But that's the last I heard about the situation - no Internet to keep us informed in those days - but I've often wondered how it all turned out. And I've often wondered if that advert in the Personal Column was the thing that got it all started.