An eleven-year-old boy starts throwing temper tantrums, vomiting on, and attacking people, and swearing uncontrollably. Furniture begins to move on its own when he is around, and he doesn't remember any of it. After giving up on the Protestants, the boys parents turn to the Catholic church for help. Father Bowden is a World War II veteran who is experiencing nightmares, flashbacks, and other personal problems, including alcoholism. He is recruited by the Archbishop to perform a series of exorcisms. This is the true account of the last exorcism known to have been done by the Catholic church.
There has only been one documented exorcism in America. The ultimate fear is knowing it really happened.
22 October 2000 (USA)
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Az ördögűző - Az igaz történet
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Based on the 1949 case of a Maryland boy, which inspired "The Exorcist". See more
In one of the early scenes, Father Bowden shows a college classroom images of the devil. One of the images was the popular devil head drawn by the artist 'Coop'. The problem is that this movie is set in the 1950s and Coop hadn't even been born by that time. See more
I can't explain it. I thought I was a man of reason, a man of science, and a man of God. I am not sure of anything anymore. The Catholics! We should take him to the Catholics. They know about these things.
References The Exorcist