CatholicMoms Hangout with the Noble Movie Director Stephen Bradley



Welcome to’s first Movie Review Video feature! Contributors Theresa Ceniccola and Erika Marie had the opportunity to preview the award-winning movie, Noble, featuring the fearless life & reckless love of an Irishwoman Christina Noble, set to release in select theaters Nationwide on May 8.

It’s an amazing story of the compassion, authentic justice, and perseverance in the face of harsh obstacles that led one woman who escapes the slums of Ireland and risks everything on the streets of Vietnam.

NOBLE stars Deirdre O’Kane (Moone Boy, Paths To Freedom), Brendan Coyle (Downton Abbey, The Raven, Ailsa), Sarah Greene (The Guard, The Cripple Of Inishmaan), and Liam Cunningham (Game Of Thrones, Hunger, Safe House).

As part of the movie review, Theresa and Erika had the exciting chance to “Hangout” with Noble’s writer and director, Stephen Bradley, about the film. Check out their Hangout video!

While not exactly the typical Christian faith-based, feel-good sort of movie, this is a story of a real woman’s determined perseverance in her Faith and trust in God. As Stephen says in the video interview, Christina “uses her victories to deal with other people’s tragedies.”

Noble releases Nationwide on May 8 in select theaters.

Be sure to spread the word and get out and go watch it!

use #SHEISNOBLE Initiative to Honor Other Noble Women and Grand Prize Winner with $10,000 and Trip to Ireland

(“The film is rated PG-13 for mature thematic material, including some violent and sexual situations.”)

Copyright 2015 Erika Marie.


About Author

Erika Marie is a simple Catholic, Wife, and Mama. She relishes snuggles and free time with her family and enjoys reading, writing, blogging, and has a slightly obsessive addiction to creating Canva graphics. Enjoy more reflections by Erika at her personal simplemama blog.


  1. Well Done! It was an excellent use of current media to bring together contributors from Catholic Mom to interview the writer/director face to face. Thanks for the great recommendation and for attaching the movie trailer at the end–that was going to be my next move!

  2. Ruthi Wolfson, RN, BSN, TNS, LNC on

    Something was left out. How about those of us who volunteered our time and money to help Christina acquire medical supplies and other help. I as a nurse was able to acquire medical supplies from the manufacturer for free to be donated to her hospital to help sick children and women. My sister donated time traveling to Vietnam to help out together and acqudoctors and nurses to help give free medical care. The movie and credits make it seem like everything was done by Christina. She was unable to find a generous medical company to donate instead of sell medical equipment with medications to help her in Vietnam. Let her take all of the credit as if she is the only one who cares. Karma will bite her in the tush! Sorry, I’m of the Jewish faith and we also donate our own time to help others here in the USA for free.