I was watching the excellent Spanish miniseries on la Madre last evening on EWTN. I know, I just said I don't watch EWTN any longer, but I was channel surfing and came across the film.
The episode dealt with the foundation in Seville and Teresa being called by the Inquisition.
Just a few comments...
I still think Mother's relationship with Fr. Gracian was way too natural. I know! Carmelites hate it when I say that. I didn't like the vow of obedience deal either. Then I think it is weird that family lived in the monastery with her - but Mother Angelica did the same thing with her mother - "Woo-wee, I'm the superior, anyone can move in!" One other interesting tidbit is that evidently St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross acted in resistance to various bishops/superiors who got in the way of the reform... Oh, c'mon - you knew that.
You never really know who's who in real life, do you. Not a question.
Anyway - whatever the obstacles and difficulties - they became saints and doctors of the Church.