Mother Teresa of Calcutta (film)

Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Genre Biography
Directed by Fabrizio Costa
Produced by Anselmo Parrinello
Written by Francesco Scardamaglia
Massimo Cerofolini
Starring Olivia Hussey
Music by Guy Farley
Editing by Alessandro Lucidi
Country Italy
Language English
Release date 19 October 2003 (Italy)
Running time 110 minutes

Mother Teresa of Calcutta is a 2003 biographical television film based on the life of Mother Teresa, the founder of the Missionaries of Charity religious institute. The film stars Olivia Hussey in the title role and received a CAMIE award in 2007. The film was originally produced as the Italian television miniseries Madre Teresa.



Cast information

  • Olivia Hussey as Mother Teresa
  • Sebastiano Somma as Father Serrano: a Vatican priest sent to evaluate Mother Teresa's application for the founding of the Missionaries of Charity. Initially sceptical, he eventually becomes a follower of Mother Teresa.
  • Michael Mendl as Van Exem: Mother Teresa's long-time spiritual director.
  • Laura Morante as Mother Cenacle
  • Ingrid Rubio as Sister Agnes/Virginia
  • Guillermo Ayesa as Perier
  • Valeria Cavalli as Drane
  • Enzo De Caro as Enzo Decaro
  • Morgane Slemp as Silvia
  • Antonia Frering as Sister Stephanie
  • Emily Hamilton as Anna
  • Ravindra Randeniya as Police Chief



See also

References

  • Internet Movie Database

External links

  • National Catholic Register.


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