Described by some sources as "the Exorcist girl grows up," this latest in the religious horror genre stars Patricia Arquette as an atheist who suddenly starts to have religious visions and to exhibit mysterious crucifixion scars (the stigmata).
When word of these would-be miracles reaches the Vatican, a young priest
played by Gabriel Byrne is dispatched to investigate the claims. Well, he finds not only the supernatural phenonomena visiting the young unbeliever, but a plot against her life as well.
This seems to be another attempt to rival the success of "The Exorcist," but is described as "good summer fun." Ah, if only winter would arrive.
The film is directed by Rupert Wainwright, who brought us "Blank Check"
("Blank Check"?) and is rated R. It is showing at Caribbean Cinema Market Square East.


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