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When it comes to stories of the Medieval, I must admit I am limited in knowledge.So if this was real or a legend, I really don't know.Pope Joan was the story of Johanna, who grew up in Germany in the year 800 something AC, in an unfair condition for all women during that time. The movie portrayed her personality and as a legend of a woman posed as a man to enter the monastery and become Pope.German actress Johanna Wokalek was pretty good for that role and the other performances were decent as well.The portrayal of the time, crowds and the cities was below average, but very effective, since it was a low-budget movie, the image and lighting quality was not always good.The weak point of the movie was in the rhythm, which at times was uneven, and went from fast to very slow, but still it was never boring because of the strong plot. Pope Joan was a decent good historical movie and what it lacked in the visual arts, made up in strength of plot and screenplay.
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