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March 29, 2021 at 02:56 PM


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ruslantrad 10 / 10

Good documentary

I a very good documentary for pope Francis who is proved to be a role model for many. His example is important and the movie shows that. Unfortunately, the ratings here are not an honest review but pure hate and cynicism.

Reviewed by bretthilberg 1 / 10

What a joke....

Francis tried to pretend he would be a different pope and while he talks a good game, he continues to enable the church to continue its most horrific and problematic behavior. Despite hinting at support of gay marriage, the church continues to condemn homosexuality as inherently unnatural. Francis also helped the church fight against a law that would allow abuse victims to sue the church. The church tried to use Francis to appear progressive, and he played along, to rehab some of the image of the church, but Francis is just another pedophile protector. Films like this just serve to whitewash his true legacy.

Reviewed by rannynm 7 / 10

Wonderful and complex film showcasing one of the world's visionaries

Francesco is a wonderful and complex film that showcases one of the world's most famous figures. The audience has a clear visual of Pope Francis's thoughts about modern issues. With exclusive interviews and audio recordings, this documentary is not to be missed.

Francesco is a documentary composed of rare videos, interviews, tweets and audio tape recordings about Pope Francis and his ideas about contemporary problems. The issues addressed are refugee camps in Lesbos, migrants and he also talks about his ideas on homosexual marriage.

There's so much to learn from this film. It really gives insight on how the Pope thinks and how he has changed ideas for the Catholic religion. Giving his opinion on homosexual marriage is a huge statement; he believes they are entitled to have a family like any other person. This shows how he has come to embrace everyone with open arms. Pope Francis stands out from popes before him, which is why this documentary is so important. He isn't just a figurehead; this film shows how relatable he is as well. He is well aware of his impact on the world, such as how he helped the Muslim refugees in Greece. The film shows that Pope Francis doesn't see religion, race or sexual orientation as barriers, he just sees people. I loved seeing so many never before seen videos and recordings in this film. We see the Pope in Lesbos helping out whoever he can, and see how a woman thanks him for his help.

This film shows that not everyone is as they first appear to be. The media often portrays the Pope in a godly manner. In this film we see that he does not think that of himself. He seems to be like any other guy, just doing the work of God. There are no triggers for this film, but mature topics discussed include immigration, religion and homosexual marriage.

I give Francesco 3.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages (13 to) 18 plus adults. It releases on DVD March 28, 2021. By Heather S., KIDS FIRST!

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