Editor-in-chief Renato Marafon interviewed German filmmaker Daniel Stamm, responsible for directing the horror ‘A Luz do Demônio’ (The Devil’s Prey).
In the interview, Daniel revealed if he believes in exorcisms and explained why women can’t perform them.
“We just recorded an interview with a real exorcist. We asked him the same question, and his answer was interesting about why women can’t be exorcists. He said official exorcists are bishops The bishops are the heirs of the apostles of Jesus, who were all men. In the thought of the Catholic Church, the bishops cannot be women, because they are the descendants of the apostles. The Apostles were all men, I don’t know why. It must be in the bible somewhere. That’s why the answer to your question is ‘no,'” he said.
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Pursued by a demon trying to reach her, Sister Ann (Jacqueline Byers) has been fighting these evil forces since childhood when evil entered her mother’s home. Hearing voices, the mother hurt her daughter and those marks changed her whole story.
As an adult, the young nun works in a religious hospital where there are also exorcism courses offered only to priests. When she senses evil approaching again, she gets special permission to study the sacred ritual. What Ann didn’t imagine was that the demon who wanted her would bring back her darkest and most traumatic past.
The film was written by Robert Zappia (“Halloween H20: 20 years later”).
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