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‘We Have a Pope’ Trailer: What If the Guy Chosen to Lead the Faithful Didn’t Want the Job?

It is sad to me that reviews of We Have a Pope weren’t all that positive when the film premiered at Cannes last year. Because this trailer features a couple of great concepts that could be the basis for a funny and thoughtful film. The core idea is that, after the death of the Pope, [...]
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