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Procès au Vatican (1952)

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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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Credited cast:
France Descaut ...
Soeur Thérèse de l'Enfant Jésus
Jean Debucourt ...
M. Martin
Suzanne Flon ...
Mère Agnès de Jésus
Catherine Fonteney ...
Mère Geneviève
Jean Yonnel ...
L'Abbé Faure
Valentine Tessier ...
Mère Marie de Gonzague
Marcelle Géniat ...
Soeur Saint-Pierre
Denis d'Inès ...
L'évêque de Bayeux
Jean Meyer ...
L'abbé Deltroëtte
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Josette Arno
Anne Carrère
François Darbon
Hélène Delval
Albert Dinan ...
Pranzini
Jane Faber
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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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9 February 1959 (USA)  »

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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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