Faustina (1995 film)
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|Directed by||Jerzy Łukaszewicz|
|Written by||Maria Nowakowska-Majcher|
|Distributed by||Polart Distribution (United States)|
Faustina (Polish: Faustyna) is a 1995 Polish film directed by Jerzy Łukaszewicz about Blessed Sister Faustina Kowalska, a saint of the Roman Catholic Church who was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 2000 . It is the first feature film of its kind in Poland, and far from the path of modern cinema.
According to the DVD's marketing materials, "Dorota Segda was voted top actress of the year by film critics for her stunning portrayal of Sister Faustina."
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