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The Song of Bernadette

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1943
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157 min
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The Song of Bernadette, On Demand Movie, Drama

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Plot: THE SONG OF BERNADETTE is a reverent but never overly pious recounting of the life of St. Bernadette of Lourdes. As a teen-aged peasant girl growing up in the tiny French village of Lourdes in the 19th century, Bernadette (Jennifer Jones) experiences a vision of the Virgin Mary in a nearby grotto. At least, she believes that she did. The religious and political "experts" of the region cannot accept the word of a silly little girl, and do their best to get her to renounce her claims. Bernadette's vision becomes a political hot potato for many years, with the authorities alternately permitting and denying the true believers' access to the grotto.
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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