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Episode #1.5 

The Pope takes an unscheduled trip away from the Vatican, Voiello has a crisis of conscience, and the Cardinals are finally given their audience with the pontiff.

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Paolo Sorrentino

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jude Law ... Lenny Belardo
Diane Keaton ... Sister Mary
Silvio Orlando ... Cardinal Voiello
Scott Shepherd ... Cardinal Dussolier
Cécile de France ... Sofia (credit only)
Javier Cámara ... Cardinal Gutierrez
Ludivine Sagnier ... Esther
Toni Bertorelli Toni Bertorelli ... Cardinal Caltanissetta
James Cromwell ... Cardinal Michael Spencer
Gianluca Guidi Gianluca Guidi ... Father Amatucci
Ignazio Oliva Ignazio Oliva ... Valente
Franco Pinelli Franco Pinelli ... Tonino Pettola
Marcello Romolo Marcello Romolo ... Don Tommaso
Vladimir Bibic Vladimir Bibic ... Ozolins
Jacob Desvarieux Jacob Desvarieux
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The Pope takes an unscheduled trip away from the Vatican, Voiello has a crisis of conscience, and the Cardinals are finally given their audience with the pontiff.

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Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

The first speech to the cardinals by a newly elected pope takes place in the Sistine Chapel which is shown correctly. However, this happens right after the conclave and it is always part of a holy mass. This mass is called Santa Missa pro Ecclesia (Holy Mass for the Church) and is the first Mass celebrated by a new pope together with his brothers cardinals. See more »

Quotes

Lenny Belardo: There's nothing outside your obedience to Pius the XIII, nothing except hell. A hell you may know nothing about, but I do.
[whispering]
Lenny Belardo: Because I've built it, right behind that door. Hell.
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At Last--The Speech to the Cardinals
14 July 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

The Pope finally comes down to Earth--a new Earth. Those who have been orchestrating on the side are confronted. Those that have secrets are forgiven. The barren young woman who has been used by those who would embarrass the Pope is told to bring her case to God. And, we finally get the speech to the College of Cardinals. It is not disappointing. He really gives it to conventional religion. Not in a liberal, backing off kind of way; but asking everyone to be answerable to the oldest traditions and to live their lives by rules. No compromises. No backsliding. No playing politics. I think this is the best episode so far.


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