Docufiction 45 minutes
|Title||Anna Catherine Emmerich|
|Duration||1 x 45'|
|Author and Director||Luca Trovellesi Cesana|
||Diego Corvaro, Beatrice Favazza|
|Script||Claudio Centioni - Daniela Pompei|
|Photography||Pietro Jesus Di Stefano|
|Editing||Giorgio Di Stefano|
|Language||Italian - Spanish|
|Broadcaster||Focus (Discovery), History Channel|
Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich was a humble German noun, born in Coesfeld in 1774.
At the age of 15 she had her first mystic experience: Jesus appeared to her offering a crown of thorns and a crown of flowers.
She chose the thorns. This was the beginning of a life of dolor and mysticism that led her to travel in time and witness God's love to whole mankind.
She foresaw the outbreak of the French Revolution and the fall of Napoleon well before they occurred.
She showed unknown scenes of the Holy Scriptures. She predicted the future of the Church and of the mankind. Clemens Brentano, one of the major representatives of German Romanticism, dedicated himself day and night to put in writing the mystical visions of the seer, who spent the last 12 years of her life in bed due to her bad health and the pain caused by stigmata.