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Episode #1.9 

While the Pope suffers another loss, Gutierrez struggles to gather evidence against Kurtwell.

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Paolo Sorrentino
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Jude Law ... Lenny Belardo
Diane Keaton ... Sister Mary
Silvio Orlando ... Cardinal Voiello
Javier Cámara ... Cardinal Gutierrez
Scott Shepherd ... Cardinal Dussolier (credit only)
Cécile de France ... Sofia
Ludivine Sagnier ... Esther
Toni Bertorelli Toni Bertorelli ... Cardinal Caltanissetta
James Cromwell ... Cardinal Michael Spencer
Guy Boyd ... Archbishop Kurtwell
Kevin Jackson ... Pete Washington
Nicolas Coster ... American Journalist
Todd Grinnell ... Deacon Kurtwell
Jan Hoag ... Rose
Jaime Aguirre Jaime Aguirre
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While the Pope suffers another loss, Gutierrez struggles to gather evidence against Kurtwell.

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English

Release Date:

12 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

The tradition of having a Christmas tree on Saint Peter's Square was introduced by pope John Paul II in 1982. As archbishop of Cracow, Poland Karol Wojtyla (the later pope John Paul II) also had Christmas trees in front of his palace. See more »

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Both cited saints were firm opponents of abortion. St. Thomas Aquinas considered it to be a "sin against nature to reject God's gift of a new life." St. Alphonsus Liguori stated that "directly impeding the life of a human being is a grave sin, and a still graver one if the fetus is animate." See more »

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(2016): What is more beautiful, my love? Love lost or love found? Don't laugh at me, my love. I know it, I'm awkward and naive, when it comes to love, and I ask questions straight out of a pop song. This doubt overwhelms me and undermines me, my love... or to lose? All around me, people don't stop yearning. Did they lose or did they find? I can't say. An orphan has no way of knowing. An orphan lacks a first love. The love for his mama and papa. That's the source of his awkwardness, his naiveté. You ...
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Written by Nick Littlemore, Peter Mayes, Sam Littlemore and Pnau
Performed by Faul & Wad Ad and Pnau
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Sensational Episode
16 July 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

I can't believe I'm the only one writing about this series in this format. There is so much that goes on here. It begins with an incredible debate between Lenny and Spencer about abortion and Biblical scholarship. It is intellectual and riveting and is as open ended as it should be. We now focus most of our attention on Gutierrez and his assignment in New York, which is to bring down a serial child molesting Archbishop who has tremendous popularity. If things happen the way the should in a just society, he will win. Gutierrez has so many issues. He is quiet and lacking in social graces. He is a hard core alcoholic who buys three bottles of what appears to be vodka every day. He has no power in New York, although the Archbishop is well award of him and his work. Lenny feels sorry for him when they Face Time and tells him to come home. Gutierrez is dogged if nothing else. He has incredible faith in what he is doing and believes God is working through him.


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