It's a very good television miniseries based on the true story of Don Pietro Pappagallo, a Catholic priest who assisted victims of Nazism and Fascism in Rome during World War II. He was arrested and executed in the Ardeatine Caves massacre on March 24, 1944. Some people have given great performances in movies, for example Flavio Insinna, Don Pietro Pappagallo, and Vanni Corbellini, who has played the evil character Pietro Koch, son of an Imperial German Navy officer and an Italian woman, leader of the Banda Koch, famous for its cruelty and violence. The script is solid and the photography is very nice. "I have fought the good fight, I have run my race, I have kept the faith". I highly recommend this film!
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