The Young Pope (2016– )
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Episode #1.6 

Nine months after the Pope's ascension to power, the Church faces a financial crisis, there is joy for Esther, while Dussolier is put in a difficult position.

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Paolo Sorrentino

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jude Law ... Lenny Belardo
Diane Keaton ... Sister Mary
Silvio Orlando ... Cardinal Voiello
Javier Cámara ... Cardinal Gutierrez
Scott Shepherd ... Cardinal Dussolier
Cécile de France ... Sofia (credit only)
Ludivine Sagnier ... Esther
Toni Bertorelli Toni Bertorelli ... Cardinal Caltanissetta
Stefano Accorsi ... Italian Prime Minister
James Cromwell ... Cardinal Michael Spencer (credit only)
Massimiliano Gallo ... Captain Becchi
Tony Plana
Dino Conti Dino Conti ... (as Emilio Dino Conti)
Marcos Franz Marcos Franz ... Ángelo Sanchez
Ignazio Oliva Ignazio Oliva ... Valente
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Nine months after the Pope's ascension to power, the Church faces a financial crisis, there is joy for Esther, while Dussolier is put in a difficult position.

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English

Release Date:

30 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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1.78 : 1
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(2016): Pius XIII appears and so do his beautiful blue-eyes... and this soft, round mouth. A dazzling image, so dazzling it blinds people. In other words, a powerful, an evocative image, not unlike that of Christ. But Pius XIII doesn't merely dazzle, he offers reassurance as well. With a magnificent speech, full of quotations in Latin, it tells them that they, the faithful, must not be afraid. And how could they be afraid, with a Pope as handsome and reassuring as Christ?
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Blues from an Airplaine
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Getting Kicked by the Papal Boot
15 July 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Pius hand the Italian Prime Minister a list of demands. He wants the government to support a bevy of very conservative demands. Opposition to abortion under any circumstances, no gay marriage, support and extension of Vatican land, and on and on. When the Prime Minister balks at this, big time political threats are made. The remainder of the episode shows Pius (Jude Law) moving into enforcement mode. He feels he is the new Jesus in some ways, and he's not about let the clergy get away with anything. There is bewilderment. One particular scene is when he asks if a priest or priests are willing to get down in the dirt of the streets and serve drug dealer and the scum of the Earth. Basically, he is telling them that they'd better be ready for this because it could easily come to be. Things are heating up.


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