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    Netflix on a charm with “The Two Popes”

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    The world’s leading internet entertainment service provider yet again came up with a bang. With Academy Award Winner Anthony Hooking and Golden Globe Nominee Jonathan Pryce starring in a devoted and friendly look at a historic turning point in the Catholic Church.

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    Disheartened with the direction of the church, Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) pledge permission to retire in 2012 from Pope Benedict (Anthony Hooking). Alternately, despite inhibiting a peaceful life, facing impropriety and hesitancy. The inward-looking Pope Benedict convenes his strident critic and future inheritor to Rome in order to reveal a secret that would rattle the bedrock of the Catholic Church.

    A conflict emerges behind the Vatican walls both tradition and progress, guilt and forgiveness as these two very dissimilar men defy their pasts in order to find the usual floor and falsify a future for a billion acolytes across the globe.

    The Academy Award Nominee director, Fernando Meirelles constructed a relevant and necessary, revealing the lie of destiny and the justification for the atrocity. A dazzling way of illustrating how God is interested in mankind rather than the act of humanity.

    When Pope Francis was announced as the new Pope in 2013, it wasn’t long before the internet saw the Kinship between the veteran actor and chief of the catholic church.

    Filming took place in 2018, with predominant photography starting on the 11th of May. As far as the production is considered it has plentiful locations including Rome,  Buenos Aires, Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, and Italy. The casting crew involves the cowboy, Juan Minujin, Sidney Cole and the One Man Up’s star Federico Torre.

    A true masterpiece from Anthony McCarter, Academy Award Nominee writer of “Darkest Hour” and “The Theory of Everything”. The Netflix original biographical comedy-drama is inspired by true events based on the 2017 play “The Pope”. A teaser trailer was commenced on August 29th, 2019, just in time for its premiere at Telluride Film Festival. The play won the audience award for the best narrative film in the Middleburg Film Festival, US Cinema Mill Valley Film Festival and featuring in the Hamptons International Film Festival.

    “The Two Popes” stands at a respectable 7.7/10 in IMDB rating with 88% rotten tomatoes and 83% Metacritic. The official run time for “The Two Popes” is 125 minutes. The official rating is PG-13. As the film was shot with an 8K camera, it will most assuredly be feasible to stream in 4K upon its Netflix release.

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