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The Exorcism of Emily Rose (1-Sep-2005)

Director: Scott Derrickson

Writers: Paul Harris Boardman; Scott Derrickson

Keywords: Horror, Courtroom, Possession, Exorcism

A lawyer jumps into the fray of a negligent homicide case revolving around a priest's ill-fated exorcism.

ABSTRACT
Catholic schoolgirl Emily Rose dies shortly after being put through an exorcism performed by parish priest Father Moore, leading to a negligent homicide charge for the devout man of the cloth. Eager to avoid a massive scandal capable of rocking the Catholic Church to its very core, Moore's Archdiocese hires high-powered agnostic lawyer Erin Bruner to represent him in court, setting the stage for a battle between religion and science as she squares off against God-fearing prosecuting attorney Ethan Thomas.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Jennifer Carpenter
Actor
7-Dec-1979   The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Henry Czerny
Actor
8-Feb-1959   The Tudors
Colm Feore
Actor
22-Aug-1958   Trudeau
Lorena Gale
Actor
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Mary Beth Hurt
Actor
26-Sep-1946   The World According to Garp
Laura Linney
Actor
5-Feb-1964   Meryl in The Truman Show
Campbell Scott
Actor
19-Jul-1961   The Spanish Prisoner
Kenneth Welsh
Actor
30-Mar-1942   Windom Earle on Twin Peaks
Tom Wilkinson
Actor
12-Dec-1948   Shakespeare in Love

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