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Father Serge (1945)
"Le père Serge" (original title)

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An accomplished young man, Prince Stéphane is destined for a brilliant future but when he finds out that Marie, his beloved fiancée, has had an affair with the man he respects the most, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jacques Dumesnil ...
Le prince Stéphane
Mila Parély ...
La baronne Vera Kourianev
Ariane Borg ...
La comtesse Marie Korotkova
Marcel Herrand ...
Le tsar Nicolas Pavlovitch Romanoff I
Louis Salou ...
Le comte Fedor Ivanovitch Kedrov
Arlette Marchal ...
La tsarine
Madeleine Lambert ...
La comtesse Varvara Alexandrovna Kedrov
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Armand Bernard ...
Aphamazy
Jacques Bernier
Marcel Carpentier
Jérôme Goulven
Marcelle Hainia
Pierre Magnier
Germaine Michel
Nicole Regnault
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An accomplished young man, Prince Stéphane is destined for a brilliant future but when he finds out that Marie, his beloved fiancée, has had an affair with the man he respects the most, Tsar Nicolas 1er in person, the shock is terrible. Unable to recover, he chooses religion and becomes a monk and a hermit. He becomes known as a healer and worshiped as a saint, although he himself is aware of his many weaknesses. The day he learns Marie is seriously ill Le père Serge formerly known as Prince Stéphane leaves sanctity behind and hits the road for Saint Petersburg ... Written by Guy Bellinger

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4 September 1945 (France)  »

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13 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

Another "Russian" movie made in France .There were lots of them in the precedent decade where this one actually belongs too.Based on a Tolstoy novel,thanks to Marcel Herrand as the czar (his aristocratic look is perfect)and Louis Salou ,two actors who were part of the cast of the contemporary legendary "Enfants Du Paradis" ,it's above average .

Prince Stephane had a gorgeous fiancée ,Marie Korotkova ,but alas ,the czar took advantage of her (in fact she wanted to help a member of her family and the monarch probably thought he had to be paid for it)and at the time,there was no joking over virginity.The miserable prince became a starets (ermit),but fortunately,not a forerunner of Rasputin!A true saint,a healer who worked miracles all over the place where he lived after divesting himself of all his possessions .He resisted temptation but the unfortunate ex-fiancée was dying of love .Very sad ending.


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