Why did the film ‘Sister Act’ have such an influence on us? For one thing, seeing a different side to nuns, who had previously been considered as a rigorously traditional religious group, piqued people’s interest!
The cast of the 1992 blockbuster joined back for a reunion appearance on The View to chat about what it was like to make the film. It was a good-natured, good-humored way to view nuns, according to the director, and they certainly did a wonderful job of demonstrating it.
In fact, the movie was such a success that it inspired all kinds of similar nun acts, many of which have captured attention online. One example was a performance by the Studio B School of Dance.
In a video that was posted on YouTube in 2012, the members of the group, all dressed up as nuns, graced the stage and danced to snippets of different types of songs. Some might wonder how they were able to move so comfortably in their nun regalia but the outfit did give the performance an added flare. These “nuns” were a delight to watch.
In the description of the video, it was revealed that this was a ‘Sister Act’ show performed at the Showcase Dance Championships by the Australian dance group. The energetic movement and sometimes funny routines were certainly fun to watch, and many viewers thought so, too.
A few of them gave the performance rave reviews in the comment section. YouTube user Alyna Lee, for instance, said: With over 56,000 views and counting, this group certainly made an impression. What an awesome way to recreate that ‘Sister Act’ experience!