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Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is a movie starring Pope Francis, Ignazio Oliva, and Sister María Eufemia Goycoechea. Pope Francis travels the world speaking to those in need and delivering a message of hope.

Other Titles
Papiez Franciszek - czlowiek, który dotrzymuje slowa, Le Pape François - Un homme de parole, Pope Francis - A Man of His Word, Papa Francesco - Un uomo di parola, Ferenc pápa: Egy hiteles ember, El Papa Francisco: Un hombre de palabra, Pope Francis - A Man Of His Word, El Papa Francisco: un hombre de palabra, Papa Francisco: Um Homem de Palavra, Pape François - Un homme de parole, Papa Francesco, ローマ法王フランシスコ, Le pape François: un homme de parole, Papa Fransis: Čovek od Reči, Papa Francisco: un hombre de palabra, Papst Franziskus - Ein Mann seines Wortes
Running Time
1 hours 36 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Wim Wenders
Writer
Wim Wenders, David Rosier
Actors
Ignazio Oliva, Pope Francis, Joe Biden, Sister María Eufemia Goycoechea
Country
Germany, Italy, Holy See (Vatican City State), France, Switzerland
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

"Pope Francis - A Man of His Word" is intended to be a personal journey with Pope Francis, rather than a biographical documentary about him. The pope's ideas and his message are central to this documentary, which sets out to present his work of reform and his answers to today's global questions.

Comments about documentary «Pope Francis: A Man of His Word» (21)

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Mary T.

The Catholic Church has a great chance to be a new model for the Christian world. I believe this is a true story that should be told and the Catholic Church should be open to the questions of the world and its people. I have met so many people who have been so touched by this story and I know the tears that are going to come from their eyes. It is a miracle that these stories are being told. I hope that the Catholic Church will get involved in helping the people of the world understand and understand the real meaning of Jesus Christ. Please, please, please join me in praying for the Pope and the Vatican. This is truly a blessing and it is a blessing that will last for generations to come.

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Walter G.

I am not a religious person, but I feel this movie should be able to make me think and question my faith. A person like me who is still trying to figure out his own beliefs is going to need to watch this movie and come to terms with all the facts. I loved the information that was given about the origins of the church and the current state of the church. I also thought that the filmmakers did a great job of showing the evolution of the modern church and why it is now a much smaller group than it was a century ago. I am a Christian and believe in the Bible and the power of God, but I do not believe that there is a God. I think that God created man and God created us. If God made the world, why did He not make man? Why did He create the earth? Why did He make the universe? Why did He create the universe? Why did He not make man? I am glad that the filmmakers did not sugarcoat any of the facts. I think that the best compliment that I can give to this film is that it has not only enlightened me about the Catholic church, but has also opened my eyes to the reality of what the church is really about.

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James S.

This is a must see for any Catholic. The story is fascinating and it is made even more interesting by the interviews. The way the pope was treated, is made clear. It is also interesting to see what kind of people he met in the world, in his personal life. We also learn that he was a very understanding and patient man. This is a great story that should be told again and again. I was even more moved by his confession to a nun and how he expressed his gratitude to God. It is a great story of how a man can really love the Lord and how the faith of the world can move him to do something for God. All in all, I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Ronald

The only reason I gave this a 10 instead of a 9 is because of the amount of great information in this film. I don't understand why this film has such a low rating on IMDb. This is a great film and I would recommend anyone to watch it. Many of the things that were said by Pope Francis to Billy Graham are not only true but have been in the past with God's approval. I personally feel that he was very truthful with his answers and it was a very interesting and powerful interview. It is very difficult to have a conversation with a man like Pope Francis because his answers are so detailed and he gives such a detailed explanation. The only thing that I did not like about the interview is that Billy Graham seems to be in a lot of pain and doesn't seem to have the strength of mind to listen to the Pope's answers. I would have liked to have seen more of Billy Graham. Also I thought it was interesting that Pope Francis was not at all religious, but he did say that he was close to God, which I thought was very inspiring. I also liked the fact that Billy Graham was never ashamed of his faith and the fact that he felt that the man was a great prophet and a great prophet for his time. He also said that he had a lot of confidence in Pope Francis because he had been to the Vatican and he knew that Pope Francis was very influential in his life and that he was a great prophet for his time. This movie was great and I would recommend everyone to watch it.

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Amanda

I'm not sure if this was intended to be an indictment of Francis as a human being, but it is. To all those who think they know what Francis really believes: This movie does not present Francis as a prophet, but as a human being who is hurting, and who has an ego that causes him to need an audience to validate his ego. The Pope is a human being, like any other. He is human, and no one should pretend otherwise. Francis is a human being, and any human being who has been hurt or offended by a sin, needs a voice to give him validation. I think the movie is very well done. It's an important documentary, and I recommend it to all who care about the Church, and who believe that Francis has a chance at being the next Pope. But, I also think it's important to see what Francis is actually saying, and hear his words, and to hear his style of speaking. I hope you'll give this movie a chance, and I hope you'll see what it really is, and what it means to be a human being.

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Jessica

A real gift to all of us who care about our environment. Pope Francis' words and actions have been extremely inspiring. You can feel the Spirit of the Lord in his words. He has shown a vision for the Church, for the world and for the poor. It's great that he has made a stop in Rome and has decided to visit all of the countries where he has been so inspired by the poor. I was moved to tears by his words and actions. I urge all Catholics to see this film. They will be moved by the compassion and love he has shown for everyone. It is the voice of the Pope to the world.

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Kimberly

My first review! Thank you. I have watched this movie and the words are still stuck in my head. I think that this is a true story. What was the scene where he says "The Lord is God". He said it so beautifully and I have to say, that I know that I am living in the same time as he. God is everywhere and everything is good. I am going to read this book and pray to the Lord. This is a great movie. Thank you for sharing this story. You are my hero. I pray that you will be in my prayers. I wish you the best of luck in your ministry and in your life. You are a true prophet. I know that I will be watching this movie again and again. This movie is an amazing story and I hope that you will share it with me. I will thank you.

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Kyle

I was invited to a private screening of this film at the Vatican. I was blown away by how completely the film was put together. It was a very personal experience and it was well worth the cost. What was even more amazing was that this film was made in collaboration with the Vatican. This was a very personal story that I had heard about for a long time. I was actually in a situation where I was researching this film and I was able to interview people that I could trust about this film. It was absolutely riveting and I left the screening feeling very uplifted. It was such a powerful film and it was a very emotional journey that I could not take my eyes off of. I could not help but think about how much better it would be if people could see this film and listen to this story. I cannot recommend this film enough.

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Gregory Ellis

With his new book "Pope Francis: A Man of His Word", Cardinal Burke tells the stories of the many things Pope Francis has done to help the poor, to the poor, to the poor. With the right person to talk to, he has become a very important figure in the world, and the story of his meeting with the poor and hungry in Africa, which was so important in his early years as a cardinal, is one of the best stories he tells. This is a very powerful book, and very relevant to the Church. Cardinal Burke is a very effective speaker, and his stories are amazing. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone, especially Catholics.

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Diane Peters

I am so glad I saw this. I'm very sad that the Church doesn't let this man out of prison. I would love to go to his island. I would love to see him as pope. I think he's a great man and I would love to meet him in person. He does the best he can to help people, and he is doing that in the name of Jesus. I am not Catholic, but I do believe in the power of the Catholic Church. I think that most Catholics would love this documentary. It shows that the Catholic Church does good things for people and that it is more than just a religion. I think it is a great documentary that should be shown in schools. I think that this man is a great man and should be in the spotlight. I think that he should be able to stay out of prison.

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Thomas

I watched this documentary because it was one of the few documentaries I had seen that seemed to be an accurate portrayal of what actually happened in the church. I was not surprised to find out that it was largely true. The documentary is very balanced and factual and it never once attempts to bash or bash the church, but it does say that the church is in many ways the catalyst for the very atrocities and acts of violence that are now being committed in the name of religion. I also found the documentary to be well put together and well produced. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is looking for an accurate portrayal of what the church has done to many innocent people and I would recommend that it is shown to any people who are either an atheist or a believer in religion to be able to understand what the church is actually doing to the world.

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Ethan E.

The film does not judge the Pope as a "good" man or a "bad" one. It simply presents the facts and focuses on the great work Francis has done and the spiritual and spiritual transformation of his followers. It does not provide any political comment, nor does it present any comments on how the Pope should be making his decisions. It simply presents the facts and takes them to heart. It focuses on the person, not on the pontiff. I strongly recommend this film for everyone who is interested in the role of a Pope in the Church, or the role of the Pope in the modern world. It is a film that has been ignored, but I strongly recommend that you see it!

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Susan C.

This is a fascinating documentary that takes you back to the beginning of the Catholic Church and the Catholic Church's persecution of the Jews, including the Nazi-Jewish collaboration in the 1930's. It's a story of the Church's inner workings, its legal proceedings, its moral conundrums, and its internal politics. It's also a story about the power of ideas, the influence of the mass media, and the power of money and power. If you want to understand how powerful ideas can shape and mold people, you have to see this movie. This is the first film of its kind to take a look at how the Vatican has always been dominated by money and power. I have no doubt that this film will have an impact on the Church, and I think it's a very important film.

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Hannah Martinez

The film is an excellent personal reflection of Pope Francis and his life. I do not know any pope who has had such a profound effect on the world as he has had. It is amazing that he can inspire people to do what he does. He has made so many people feel good about themselves, and he has made a difference in the lives of many people around the world. I believe that the film is a must see for anyone who wants to understand the man that is Pope Francis, and to get a better understanding of what he has done in the world.

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Harry Castro

I am amazed at how little I know about this man. I have read the book, but have never had the chance to watch it on the big screen. I have seen some of the interviews with him on TV. I am impressed by his ability to take a simple message and make it memorable. I am amazed that so many of his messages have had such a profound effect on my life. The message that he delivers on a regular basis is very powerful and inspiring. He is such an inspiring person to listen to. The way he speaks is so deep and meaningful. I have often wondered how someone so young could have such a deep and deep voice. I was very pleased that the filmmakers were able to do this documentary. I am now going to read the book and watch the interviews. I am sure that I will be inspired by the story of this man. I am so glad that this man has touched so many lives and so many lives will not be the same for the rest of their lives. This is truly a story that will stay with me for a long time.

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George Turner

Francis of Assisi is an old story told anew. This new documentary does a superb job of documenting the life and legacy of the man known as the "Priest who touched the lives of the whole world" in his lifetime. The film is rich in historical detail and includes interviews with some of the most prominent religious figures of the 20th century. The filmmaker, a Vatican expert, also provides a useful history of the man's life, with a lot of insights into his influence on the Church and on people's lives. I think that this film does a superb job of documenting the life of a man who was deeply involved in the life of the Church. It's a very personal look at the life of the man known as "The Teacher of the World", as well as the man who "helped bring the world to Jesus Christ". There's not much else to say about this film, except that it's a must-see for anyone interested in Catholic history.

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Michael S.

I have never seen such an honest portrayal of a man who at first seemed to be a walking contradiction. For anyone who has ever struggled with the realities of addiction, or in the case of Father Brendan, the turmoil of the transition, this film will offer you hope and hope is always the most powerful antidote for addiction. Pope Francis has become the paragon of the human condition, and his is the last great hope for a world that is in need of healing. He has broken through the barriers of age, ethnicity, and culture to be the first to accept the child who has never known the love of a mother and father. He has shown the world that addiction is a disease, not a choice, and that it cannot be cured with one visit to a rehab facility. I am a believer in a better world, but the human condition has not evolved in a way that is able to meet the challenges of our time. Pope Francis has shown the world that there is hope for a better world. His greatest gift to the world is his example of grace and compassion. If you are struggling with addiction, or have been through it, this film is an incredible piece of work. It will help you to heal, and show you that God is truly in control. The only reason I do not give this film an 8 is because I felt that the length of time was not consistent with the message. It is well worth seeing.

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Anna

This is a wonderful documentary, and an excellent example of the ability of the Catholic Church to adapt to the times. If you are one of the many Catholics who want to know the truth about the Church's history, and the spiritual benefits of keeping the faith, this documentary is for you. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is interested in Catholic history. I am a Catholic myself, and have found this documentary to be very informative.

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Carol

If you are a Catholic, and you are a Jesuit, you will love this film. If you are not a Catholic, but you are a Jesuit, you will love this film. The "point" of the movie is to show us how the Jesuits were involved in a revolution in the 1500s that brought us the United States of America, and the ending of the Jesuits' connection to the Illuminati. The Jesuits and the Illuminati were one and the same. I would have liked to have seen more of the Jesuits' involvement in the creation of the United States, but this movie does not make that point. The Jesuit's connection to the Illuminati goes back to the 15th century and has been around since the 1500s. They are not Illuminati, but they are part of the Illuminati. The Jesuits, the Illuminati, and all other "saints" who have made their mark in history, have always been part of the "Illuminati". There is a very small percentage of Jesuits who are not part of the Illuminati, but who have joined the Illuminati, as well. This movie, "A Man of His Word", is a must see for anyone who is a Jesuit, or is not a Jesuit. The movie also makes a point about how the Jesuits helped to form the U.S. of America, and how that was a very important event in the history of the United States. I recommend that everyone who is interested in the history of the Jesuits, or in history, should see this film. I give it a 10 out of 10.

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Martha S.

I was in a Catholic school in India, and I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Francis. I know the story is true. His story is like the story of Christ. Every human being has a story and every human being has a message. I believe that every person can come to the Catholic Church. I believe that everyone can come to the Catholic Church and hear the message of the Church. The message is true, and it is a message of love, and peace, and forgiveness. And if you listen to the message, you will understand. And if you listen to the message, you will believe. And if you believe, you will be a Christian. And if you believe, you will be a member of the Catholic Church.

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Adam

After seeing the film, it was hard to believe that he was the Pope. He is one of the most charismatic people to ever grace the world. I thought he would be the most powerful man on earth, but he is the only man in the world with a cult following. He is the only Pope I know of that has the ability to draw people to his message, and the only one who I have ever seen lead a crowd of thousands. The only thing that surprised me was how great the film was. I was not prepared for the depth of the film. It really captured the feeling of being one of the Pope's most ardent supporters. The film was very well shot and the soundtrack was excellent. I hope this film inspires people to watch this film and really see it.