Joan of Arc (1948)
Director Victor Fleming's final film features Ingrid Bergman as a vivid and luminous Joan of Arc, the 15th-century French peasant girl who led the French in battle against the invading English, becoming a national hero. When she was captured, tortured, and ultimately executed by the English, she was made a Catholic saint. Bergman's Joan is a strong and spiritual figure who proves her devotion to the Dauphin (Jose Ferrer), later to become the King of France. Joan is compelling as she wins an alliance with the Governor of Vaucouleurs and the courtiers at Chinon, leads her army in the Battle of Orleans, is betrayed by the Burgundians, and edicts that "our strength is in our faith." … More
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Critic Reviews for Joan of Arc
It's too bad that the career of Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind) ended with this lavishly mounted but static and bloated production, though Ingrid Bergman gives a compelling performance.
Disappointing but courageous attempt w/Ingrid Bergman in lead.
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