On his path to becoming Pope Francis, Father Jorge Bergoglio pursues his religious vocation in a country ravaged by a brutal military dictatorship.
We invite you to watch this film/not documentary, but probably accurate depiction of the military background from which our Holy Father came to us.
Not at all different than Pope St. John Paul II, coming from Nazism and Communism, Jorge Bergoglio emerged from the horrors of war that caught him watching the deaths of priests, nuns and lay people dedicated to the most vulnerable of Argentina’s people, the poor. While we don’t have reviews on this 4 part series, we have our own reviews to assure you that if you have access to Net Flix, do yourselves a favor, and watch this series. It will endear you to our Holy Father.
Call Me Francis
Call Me Francis, is a 4 part biographical miniseries that chronicles Pope Francis’ life, his controversial political leanings, his remarkable humanitarian work and his ascent to Papacy starring Rodrigo de la Serna, Mercedes Morán and Muriel Santa Ana.
The miniseries opens with Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s early years in Buenos Aires in the 1960’s and depicts his journey through the height of Argentina’s “Dirty Wars” during the 70’s and 80’s, culminating in his appointment as Pope Francis, the first Latin American Pope in history, in 2013.
Call Me Francis is a Taodue production, co-created by Daniele Luchetti and Martin Salinas, and produced by Pietro Valsecchi.