Critique de Departure, un film de Andrew Steggall avec Alex Lawther et Juliet Stevenson. Ce drame familial aborde avec poésie la thématique de l'amour.

Departure, un film de Andrew Steggall : Critique

Critique de Departure, un film de Andrew Steggall avec Alex Lawther et Juliet Stevenson. Ce drame familial aborde avec poésie la thématique de l'amour.

On Sept. 10, 1946, Mother Teresa (Juliet Stevenson) receives a message from God that tells her to help the poor, the sick and the downtrodden. Her new purpose initially causes conflict with the Roman Catholic Church and the government of India. After her death, a Vatican priest begins to recount her life's work, her political oppression and her unbreakable spirit.  Initial Release: February 2014

On Sept. 10, 1946, Mother Teresa (Juliet Stevenson) receives a message from God that tells her to help the poor, the sick and the downtrodden. Her new purpose initially causes conflict with the Roman Catholic Church and the government of India. After her death, a Vatican priest begins to recount her life's work, her political oppression and her unbreakable spirit. Initial Release: February 2014

Naxos AudioBooks Narrator Juliet Stevenson Chats with Austenprose.com

Naxos AudioBooks Narrator Juliet Stevenson Chats with Austenprose.com

Juliet Stevenson talks about helping refugee children, losing her ‘big brother’ Alan Rickman – and why she turned down Spielberg

Juliet Stevenson: why I bought a double decker bus on eBay

Juliet Stevenson talks about helping refugee children, losing her ‘big brother’ Alan Rickman – and why she turned down Spielberg

Castmates! The cast Juliet Stevenson (Gertrude), Andrew Scott (Hamlet) and Jessica Brown Findlay (Ophelia) posed for photos following their performance of the iconic play

Screen siren Hayley Atwell showcases her signature vintage style

Castmates! The cast Juliet Stevenson (Gertrude), Andrew Scott (Hamlet) and Jessica Brown Findlay (Ophelia) posed for photos following their performance of the iconic play

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