First off, the cinematography, accuracy of facts, spontaneity of actors and on so many other subtle levels, this movie deserves a negative score. This is a comment on the making of the movie and not Mother Teresa. Critically speaking this movie is another deplorable portrayal of a culture & period of time that the makers have no clue or complete grasp of. In the name of "Research" the time western producers & directors spend in India to "study" a period drama is falling short immensely. The ways of the times, traditions & million other minutia of India are totally culture appropriated & stereotyped. An expensive movie as "Gandhi" itself was not perfect but tolerable. This movie here is nowhere near that status. The chirpy sweet baby voices of the teen girls in the convent adds to the irritability of the whole inappropriateness & misrepresentation of the people. The storyline is handled insensitively a few times. It feels like another inaaccurate half hearted attempt in the depiction of India by yet another preconditioned, uneducated western team who come with ideas of chastising & pitying a "developing country". A grossly lacking movie which lacks soul, genuineness & grip on realism. I couldn't watch more than the first few minutes beyond the chirping of silly girls in the convent. A waste of your time.