‘High’ stakes in rehab
Turner rises but drama lacks depth
From the beginning of her remarkable career, when she coolly reduced William Hurt to a hapless dupe in 1981’s ”Body Heat,’’ Kathleen Turner has often spelled trouble. In ”High,’’ though, Turner plays a Catholic nun who goes to great lengths to get someone OUT of trouble. The dogged attempts by Sister Jamison Connelly (or Sister Jamie as she is called) to rehabilitate an angry, psychologically wounded young drug addict add up to a kind of rescue mission.