I agree with Oakes the end leaves something to be desired, but I think this film almost qualifies as a much-watch for trad families, or at least it deserves a spot in the dvd collection. I picked up a few copies once at the dollar store to hand out.
For those who haven't seen this picture, it is about an Irish monastery that refuses the New Mass and sticks to the Latin Mass. Sheen's character is a liberation theology, secularist Vatican priest investigating the traditionalist stance of the community.
Some favorite scenes from the movie: the laity gathered on a hill while one of the priest monk's offers the traditional Mass on a rock altar. It is a sad but heroic scene as Irish trads gather in clowdy, rainy climate typical of Ireland, solemnly observing the ancient rite. I also liked the scene where they carry out a large, baked salmon into the refectory as the monk's relish sharing a piece of newly caught fish. The best scene to me is when the abbot, the liberal priest, and an old priest monk are talking in a stable as the old monk gently feeds a baby lamb while admonishing the young liberal Sheen about a secularized Mass facing the people in the vernacular.
Let me know what you think of it if you've seen it, or check out some clips here: