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, papa you bless will almighty God Good
There is much to learn from this God inspired wisdom. Everyone stands to gain by watching this.
Bueno, Papa. Bueno.
Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is a 2018 documentary film produced, co-written and directed by Wim Wenders.
While this documentary is fairly standard in its presentation style, its power lies in the words and persona of Pope Francis himself. I was moved and inspired by his simple philosophy, and his humbleness increased my respect for both him and the Catholic Church in general.
Beautiful. Pope's Francis' ideology is radical for this era but one that is needed very badly. (68%)
Although made in good taste, this documentary sheds a bright light on the current Pope, emphasizing his views on the world's conflichts and issues and barely skims the actual (massive) problems within the Catholic Church.
Though this documentary is mostly well made, the motivational bias of the filmmaker often shows through which is quite sad as many want to see more of and learn more about the Roman Pontiff. C
A moving documentary, directed by acclaimed filmmaker Wim Wenders, focusing on the philosophy and messages of Pope Francis. Much of the film is a face-to-face presentation by the Pope himself, which I would imagine is a very rare occurrence.
Pope Francis, attributing many of his views to those of Saint Francis of Assisi, expresses his criticism of the materialism and cynicism in today's world, and how so many of us can get by with a little less on this Earth, thus helping to restore the monetary balance that is so out of whack. While doing this, his sincerity, humaneness, and sense of humor come vividly across to the viewer.
Overall, I found this doc gave me a chance to get to know and understand Pope Francis in a more intimate way than I would be able to garner from short news clips or from social media.
In a FRENZIED world full oF Greed and hatred, Pope Francis is a breath of fresh air. This film highlights his ability to be both plainspoken and poetic. He urges peoPle to slow down, listen to each other, value Mother Earth, practice tenderness, play with children, enjoy life, LoVe! The scenes where He interacts with PRISONERS and Holocaust survivOrs are especially moving. He espouses building bridges, not walLs; Stresses that gay people should not be MARGINALIZED; And has zero tolerance for child abuse. He is an inspiration to people of all faiths - And none.
He's a humanitarian, an environmentalist that realizes the importance of Mother Earth & those who labor in this world -- he preaches only fraternity, togetherness, and hope. Yeah, many wish Wim Wenders would cover Papa's past, but its not about the man, is it....he'd rather spread his message & there's plenty of wisdom in what Papa had to say. So much respect for Papa. An extraordinary human being; truly a man of men.