“But Joan had no one to prepare her case for her, and she was shut up in those stone walls and had no friend to appeal to for help…”
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The Maid of Orléans will be a focal point of artists for generations to come but most will pale in comparison to William Shakespeare, Mark Twain and the Little Flower
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Mystical theology meets musical eclecticism and hagiography meets headbanging in Bruno Dumont’s unclassifiable adaptation of the French Catholic poet Charles Péguy.
Now 90 years old, The Passion of Joan of Arc captures like few other films what it means to suffer with Christ. A Vatican film list honoree, it is new on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
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