Stigmata (1999) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A lost soul has just received the wounds of Christ and a shocking message that will alter history. Stunning performances from Patricia Arquette (True Romance), Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) and Jonathan Pryce (Ronin) and a cutting edge score by Billy Corgan of The SmashingPumpkins and Elia Cmiral make Stigmata a visual and visceral feast (Entertainment Today). Frankie Paige (Arquette) has absolutely no faith in God. All of that changes when she suddenly begins to suffer the Stigmatathe living wounds of the crucified Christ. Frankie’s miraculous bleeding comes to the attention of the Vatican’s top investigator, Father Kiernan (Byrne). But when Cardinal Houseman (Pryce), discovers that Frankie is actually channeling an extraordinary and provocative message that could destroy the Church, he’s convinced that she - and the force possessing hermust be forever silenced. Determined to stop this deadly conspiracy, Kiernan risks his faithandhis lifeto save her and the message that will change the destiny of mankind forever!
Synopsis:A priest from the Vatican is sent to Sao Paulo, Brazil to investigate the appearance of the face of the Virgin Mary on the side of a building...
About Stigmata (1999)
Starring: Rade Serbedzija, Gabriel Byrne, Jonathan Pryce, Patrick Muldoon, Tom Hodges, Enrico Colantoni, Patricia Arquette, Thomas Kopache, Portia de Rossi, Jack Donner, Shaun Toub, Richard Conti, Mary Linda Phillips, Liz Cruz, Faith Christopher, Joe Ruffo, Nia Long, Federico Scutti, Dick Latessa, William Howell, Ann Cusack, Kristopher Davis, Lydia Hazan, Shaun Duke, Valarie Trapp, Kessia Embry, Frankie Thorn, Mariah Nunn, Tom Fahn, Marilyn Pitzer
Runtime: 103 minutes
Director: Rupert Wainwright
MPAA Rating: R
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