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  • 1 stars What a load of crap. Just like the fake positive reviews here on this board.
  • 1 stars Nowhere in the Bible does it mention a pope but it does mention there will be deceivers, wolves in sheep clothing. The popes are nothing but satanic Illuminati. And this one is their best deceptor yet.
  • 1 stars The Pope is indeed a man of his word and his word is that he is a life long Communist. He also reefuses to admit that the sex problem in his church is one of homosexuality. Those are altar boys not altar girls.
  • 5 stars Loved it!
  • 5 stars A beautiful documentary - for people of all faiths!
  • 5 stars The Pope raising the issue of poverty: 20% owning 80% of the world wealth!!
  • 5 stars With the great wealth inequality today and resulting large scale despair, starvation, and various situations ending in premature death, we cannot be reminded enough of our obligation to the children and humanity of the world.
  • 5 stars This excellent film by the noted German film maker Wim Wenders is an interview with the pope in which he promotes his Franciscan approach to the great crises we face today: war, environmental degradation, migration, poverty, inequality - deftly interspersed with vivid scenes of his encounters with the mighty and the powerless.
  • 5 stars beautiful film....it is exactly what our beaten down world needs to see right about now......
  • 2 stars Should be a TV documentary. Most of it had been on TV news. Not entertaining.

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

Genre:  Documentary
Running Time:  96 min.
Release Date: May 18, 2018 (limited)
DVD: December 4, 2018
Blu-ray: December 4, 2018
Netflix: April 4, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 3.50
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