The Song of Bernadette
Year: 1943 / Runtime: 156 min.
Directed by Henry King
The film that won Tulsa's very own, Jennifer Jones an Academy Award for Best Actress, The Song of Bernadette is based on the novel by Franz Werfel. Directed by Henry King, this drama focuses on Bernadette Soubirous (Jennifer Jones), a young French woman who experiences vivid visions of the Virgin Mary. While many dismiss her claims, certain people, including the priest Dominique Peyramale (Charles Bickford), slowly begin to believe her. Eventually, Bernadette is deemed a saint, and becomes a nun at a convent, where she must deal with jealousy from others who resent her revered status.
Presented by Tulsa American Film Festival, OLLI@OSU, This Land Press and Turner Classic Movies Backlot.
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