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Carl Theodor Dreyer
Joseph DelteilCarl Theodor Dreyer
Maria FalconettiEugene SilvainAndré Berley
The Inquisition court takes Giovanna into custody. Despite the accusation of blasphemy, she continues to pray in ecstasy. A friar, perceiving Giovanna as a saint, witnesses the soldiers taking her away. Subsequently, Giovanna finds solace in the sight of a comforting cross in the shadow. They brand her not as a daughter of God, but as a daughter of the devil, and sentence her to torture.
Later, Giovanna D’Arco firmly asserts that she will not deny anything, even in the face of death. Her eyes twist with terror as she confronts the torture wheel and eventually faints. Additionally, they take Giovanna to a bed where they subject her to bleeding. Sensing her impending demise, Giovanna requests burial in a consecrated area.
Finally, the time comes for Giovanna to burn at the stake while devoted ladies weep inconsolably.
January 6, 1930 (United Kingdom)
Country of origin
Also known as
Joan of Arc
Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France(Studio)
Société générale des films
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