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Pope Francis: A Man of His Word

Directed by Wim Wenders. France. 2018. NR. 1 hour 36 minutes. Focus Features. Digital.
Fri., June 1, 2018 thru Thu., June 14, 2018
Friday
June 1, 2018
2:30 pm
Friday
June 1, 2018
4:45 pm
Friday
June 1, 2018
7:15 pm
Saturday
June 2, 2018
4:30 pm
Saturday
June 2, 2018
7:00 pm
Saturday
June 2, 2018
9:15 pm
Sunday
June 3, 2018
5:30 pm
Sunday
June 3, 2018
8:00 pm
Monday
June 4, 2018
2:30 pm
Tuesday
June 5, 2018
2:30 pm
Wednesday
June 6, 2018
2:30 pm
Thursday
June 7, 2018
2:30 pm
Monday
June 4, 2018
5:30 pm
Tuesday
June 5, 2018
5:30 pm
Wednesday
June 6, 2018
5:30 pm
Thursday
June 7, 2018
5:30 pm
Monday
June 4, 2018
8:00 pm
Tuesday
June 5, 2018
8:00 pm
Wednesday
June 6, 2018
8:00 pm
Thursday
June 7, 2018
8:00 pm
Friday
June 8, 2018
2:30 pm
Tuesday
June 12, 2018
2:30 pm
Wednesday
June 13, 2018
2:30 pm
Thursday
June 14, 2018
2:30 pm
Friday
June 8, 2018
7:45 pm
Sunday
June 10, 2018
7:45 pm
Monday
June 11, 2018
7:45 pm
Wednesday
June 13, 2018
7:45 pm
Thursday
June 14, 2018
7:45 pm
Sunday
June 10, 2018
5:15 pm
Monday
June 11, 2018
5:15 pm
Tuesday
June 12, 2018
5:15 pm
Wednesday
June 13, 2018
5:15 pm
Saturday
June 9, 2018
1:30 pm
Saturday
June 9, 2018
3:45 pm
Saturday
June 9, 2018
9:00 pm
Ends Thu, Jun 14.

Pope Francis – A Man of His Word is intended to be a personal journey with Pope Francis, rather than a biographical documentary about him. The pope’s ideas and his message are central to this documentary, which sets out to present his work of reform and his answers to today’s global questions. From his deep concern for the poor and wealth inequality, to his involvement in environmental issues and social justice, Pope Francis engages the audience face-to-face and calls for peace.

“Wim Wenders’s laudatory documentary “Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” is an essay in radical humility capable of moving a viewer regardless of his or her religious persuasions, or lack thereof. It’s a reminder of what is good in this world and of a goodness to which we should all aspire.” – Ty Burr, The Boston Globe

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