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Movie Stigmata
Title Stigmata
Year 1999
Director Rupert Wainwright
Genre Horror, Thriller
Plot – Frankie lives in Pittsburgh and she's a girl like so many others: she works as a hairdresser, she has a beautiful house but she's sentimentally undecided. Despite this, her life flows peacefully until she receives a packet from Brazil. It's from her mother and it contains a crucifix that Frankie initially looks with indifference, then she leaves it apart. Few days later, Frankie begins to be hurted through strange and violent phenomena: she's mysteriously injured at her wrists, then on hands and feet. Doctors say it might be epilepsy and Frankie is hospitalized while a priest, who has witnessed the girl's violent hysterical attacks, believes the phenomenon may have religious origins and informs the Vatican. Cardinal Houseman decides to send to Pittsburgh Father Kiernan, a priest-scientist, to verify such unexplained phenomena.
All actors – Patricia Arquette, Gabriel Byrne, Jonathan Pryce, Nia Long, Thomas Kopache, Rade Serbedzija, Enrico Colantoni, Dick Latessa, Portia de Rossi, Patrick Muldoon, Ann Cusack, Shaun Toub, Tom Hodges, Lydia Hazan, Shaun Duke, Valarie Trapp, Kessia Embry, Frankie Thorn, Mariah Nunn, Tom Fahn, Marilyn Pitzer, Jack Donner, Richard Conti, Mary Linda Phillips, Liz Cruz, Faith Christopher, Joe Ruffo, Federico Scutti, William Howell, Kristopher Davis, Devin Unruh, Vera Yell, Mary Marshall, Daniel Escalzo, Michael P. Dearth, Mark Adair-Rios, Stephanie Carwin, Mário Lara, Nicolas Martin
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