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Procès au Vatican (1952)

In 19th-century France, a little girl follows her two sisters into a Carmelite monastery with the goal of becoming a saint.

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France Descaut ...
Thérése Martin, en religion Soeur Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus
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Monsieur Martin
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Mère Agnès de Jésus
Catherine Fonteney ...
Mère Geneviève
Jean Yonnel ...
L'Abbé Faure - l'aumonier des prisons
Valentine Tessier ...
Mère Marie de Gonzague
Marcelle Géniat ...
Soeur Saint-Pierre
Denis d'Inès ...
L'évêque de Bayeux
Jean Meyer ...
L'abbé Deltroëtte
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Francine Allard
Josette Arno
Roger Bontemps
Jean Brunel
Anne Carrère
André Chanu
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In 19th-century France, a little girl follows her two sisters into a Carmelite monastery with the goal of becoming a saint.

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A Film Of Rare And Divine Inspiration.

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Biography | Drama

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9 February 1959 (USA)  »

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Miracle of Saint Therese  »

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Version of Saint Theresa of Lisieux (1938) See more »

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A dark version of an uplifting story
19 June 2010 | by (the Bay Area) – See all my reviews

This is a dark presentation of Therese's life. At least it is dubbed into English. There was a re-make recently, and that is far superior (in my mind) to this one.

If you enjoy watching a somewhat depressing version of a woman who falls completely in love with Jesus, this movie could be your BIG chance.

This is a family of 5 daughters. Over a period of years, every one of them became a nun (and some in different religious orders). Therese was the luckiest of the nuns, because she had been healed of a life-threatening illness as a young child. This helped light a fire in her heart to be a nun.


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