Edith Stein: The Seventh Chamber Trailer

Edith Stein: The Seventh Chamber Trailer (1996)

06 June 1996 Drama, War 110 mins

An expressionist biography of Edith Stein, who converted from the Jewish faith to the Catholic one and became a Carmelite sister. She would die in a German concentration camp.

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Cast

Maia Morgenstern

as Edith Stein

Adriana Asti

as Augusta

Jan Nowicki

as Franz Heller

Anna Polony

as Sister Giuseppa

International Releases Dates

Poland 06 June 1996

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