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Breath of God (2015) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
(Hollywood) USA

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Production Company
Balzer International Films (BIF) Ltd. [gb]
seasons & a muse [us]

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Release Date
(USA) - 2015

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Tagline
In a time when men ruled the earth, she brought power from the Heavens...

Keywords
bingen, catholic, divine, hero's-journey, hildegard, love, medieval-times, passion,

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Full Cast

  1. Spicuzza, Jeanne Marie as [Hildegard]

Genres

  1. Biography
  2. Drama
  3. History

Full Plot

One of the most influential and revolutionary thinkers throughout history, Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) is tithed to a Catholic monastery at the age of eight. Leading her community of nuns, Hildegard later writes three books of theology and two books of science, including the first treatises by a woman on feminine sexuality, as well as countless letters and two biographies. The first composer whose biography is known, Hildegard scribes over seventy-seven songs and poems, including the first form of an opera. She founds two Benedictine monasteries, celebrating education, beauty and art. Hildegard struggles to survive in the medieval world, facing challenging relationships with popes, kings and bishops. Her teacher and scribe, the loving monk, Volmar, shares with her an impassioned spiritual relationship. A story of love and triumph, both earthly and Divine. Jeanne Marie Spicuzza Plot not found

Music Composers

  1. von Bingen, Hildegard

Misc

  1. Reshöft, Heidrun (production consultant)

Trivia

- 'Jeanne Marie Spicuzza' (qv), while a student of philosophy, first encountered Hildegard von Bingen working part-time at a classical music store. She began seven years of research and three years of writing to complete the screenplay.

- "Breath of God" was blessed by Pope John Paul II. The screenplay received honors from the Vatican Division of Arts and Culture, and was a semifinalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowships, the same year.

- Segments from "Breath of God" are on permanent exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, with Judy Chicago's "The Dinner Party."

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