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Stealing Heaven Directed by Clive Donner Produced by Andros Epaminondas Simon MacCorkindale Susan George Written by Marion Meade (historical novel) Chris Bryant, screenplay Starring Derek de Lint Kim Thomson Denholm Elliott Release date(s) 1988 (UK) Running time 115 min. (Director's Cut) Language English Stealing Heaven is a 1988 film, a costume drama based on the French 12th century medieval romance (a true story) of Peter Abelard and Héloïse and on a historical novel by Marion Meade. The director was Clive Donner. Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Crew 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Plot Abelard is a famous teacher of philosophy at the cathedral school of Notre Dame, and a champion of reason, at a time when academics are required to observe chastity. He falls in love with one of his students, Héloïse d'Argenteuil, a sixteen-year old gentlewoman raised in a convent, who has both intellectual curiosity and a rebellious view of the low status of women in 12th century Europe. When the relationship is suspected, Heloise's uncle Fulbert, who had other plans for her marriage, works with the bishop of Paris to put a stop to it.[1] Nevertheless, Abelard and Heloise have a child together and later are secretly married. Abelard faces a struggle with himself for acting against the will of God and yet loves Heloise too much to be able to stop himself. Heloise's uncle takes a terrible revenge on Abelard for ruining Heloise's chance of a rich husband.[2] Cast Derek de Lint as Peter Abelard Kim Thomson as Héloïse Denholm Elliott as Fulbert Bernard Hepton as Bishop Kenneth Cranham as Sugar Rachel Kempson as Prioress Mark Jax as Jourdain Angela Pleasence as Sister Cecilia Timothy Watson as François Patsy Byrne as Agnes Victoria Burgoyne as Prostitute Philip Locke as Poussin Cassie Stuart as Petronilla Andrew McLean as Gerard Thomas Lockyer as Thomas Mark Audley as Luke Kai Dominic as Paul Miki Hewitt as Sister Claire Yvonne Bryceland as Baroness Lamarck Vjenceslav Kapural as Baron Lamarck Ivo Husnjak as Gaston Lamarck Jeremy Hawk as Ancient Priest Moniek Kramer as Jeanne Drago Mitrovic as Priest Zvonimir Ferencic as Bishop Eugen Marcelic as Astrolabe Lela Simecki as Sister Therese Crew Andros Epaminondas, Producer Susan George, Executive Producer Simon MacCorkindale, Producer Clive Donner, Director Chris Bryant, Screenplay Marion Meade, novel See also List of historical drama films References ^ Stealing Heaven at answers.com ^ Stealing Heaven, the Story at derekdelintfansite.com External links Stealing Heaven at the Internet Movie Database v • d • e Films directed by Clive Donner 1950s The Secret Place (1957) · Heart of a Child (1958) 1960s Some People (1962) · The Caretaker (1963) · Nothing But the Best (1964) · What's New Pussycat? (1965) · Luv (1967) · Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (1968) · Alfred the Great (1969) 1970s Vampira (1974) · Rogue Male (1976) · Spectre (1977) · The Three Hostages (1977) 1980s The Nude Bomb (1980) · Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen (1981) · The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982) · A Christmas Carol (1984) · Dead Man's Folly (1986) · Babes in Toyland (1986) · Stealing Heaven (1988)