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Spain 1640, the reverend superior nun Mariana, attends the death of her younger sister, Isabel's husband, who is overcome with hopelessness and heartache. Isabel then kisses and caresses the cadaver's exposed body as if he were still alive. Mother Mariana

  1. Jorge Grau

    Director, Screenplay, Story

  2. Gemma Arquer

    Screenplay, Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Analía Gadé

    Analía Gadé

    Madre Mariana de la Cruz

  2. Alfredo Alcón

    Alfredo Alcón

    Don Agustín Rojas

  3. Teresa Gimpera

    Teresa Gimpera

    Isabel

  4. Fernando Sánchez Polack

    Fernando Sánchez Polack

    Jerónimo

  5. Lina Romay

    Lina Romay

    María

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Love Letters of a Nun

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Original Title Cartas de amor de una monja

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 29, 1978
    18
    Theatrical

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    Not recommended for audiences under 18.

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 50m

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