The Song of Bernadette

The Song of Bernadette

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The Song of Bernadette 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
kenKV More than 1 year ago
This Catholic movie is so excellent and explains so clearly.  Thumb up!  I give five stars.
ajmc More than 1 year ago
Unparalleled and divinely beautiful. This film brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it. A faith-filled and provocatively monumental time in history woven into an intriguing movie.
peterMA More than 1 year ago
In my top 10 list of movies.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
'The Song of Bernadette' is a film that by all accounts should distill into a religious pot boiler. And yet there is something haunting, awe inspiring and yes, even stirring about this tale of a child, Bernadette Soubirous (Jennifer Jones) who, after witnessing visions of the Virgin Mary, begins to have miracles performed in the small French town of Lourdes. Jones is angelic, tenderly conveying the warmth, innocence and poignancy of someone truly touched by the hand of God. Anne Revere is cast as Bernadette¿s non-believer mother. Vincent Price turns in a wicked performance as the town magistrate who, weary that Bernadette¿s claims will insight religious fervor, threatens the child with imprisonment unless she ceases with her visions. Charles Bickford and Gladys Cooper give outstanding performances as the skeptical priest and nun who come to believe that Bernadette is divinely inspired. Truly, this is a film that requires a whole box of Kleenex to get through. It is haunting, stirring and overall life affirming. However, the transfer from Fox is poor, even though it improves upon previous VHS and Laserdisc versions. Though the B&W picture exhibits sharpness and better balancing of the gray scale the image is digitally harsh and suffers from an excessive amount of film grain. Aliasing and shimmering of fine details is evident throughout. Pixelization is another down fall. The audio has been cleaned up and is well presented. Extras include a Jennifer Jones Biography, an audio commentary, a Movietones trailer, some Fox promotional stuff for other movies in their classic series, a restoration film to video comparison that proves that at least some work was done on the transfer before sending it out to DVD and this film's original theatrical trailer.
Cecilcatholic More than 1 year ago
One of the best spiritual movies I've ever watched! I have found myself thinking about this movie weeks and weeks later. Very inspiring and motivating. I love this movie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have never enjoyed a movie such as this, i can't begin to express the satisfaction i get, i don't like black and whites but this is one of my favorite movies, it does something to me everytime i watch it, a sort of fulfilment. I am going to buy the dvd. yeah for me!
robgat More than 1 year ago
Far better than I remembered or expected. I rated it 5 stars without the "sexy".
Guest More than 1 year ago
i made this song myself i cant sing very good but i love to write sonds
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first saw Song of Bernadette as a child and was captavated by this movie. This movie is for people of all ages whether you believe or not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Song of Bernadette, starring Jennifer Jones, is an inspirational movie for people of all faiths. I love Lee J. Cobbs explaination, ''For those who believe, no explanation is needed. For those who don't, no explanation is possible''.