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This movie captures the Capuchin friar's intense faith and devotion, and deep spiritual concern for others, as well as his great compassion for the sick and suffering. It reveals the amazing details and events in Padre Pio's life as a boy and throughout his 50 years as a friar, dramatizing the frequent attacks of the Devil on him, as well as the persecution he suffered at the hands of people, including those in the church. Starring Italian actor Sergio Castellitto, and directed by Carlo Carlei, this is an outstanding feature film on the amazing life of this great saint.
This DVD contains the following language options: Italian or Spanish with English subtitles. Dubbed in English.
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This is a different kind of Catholic film. So many Catholic and Christian films are packed with important messages but are often lackluster when it comes to the acting and camera work. But, this film is packed with powerful images and beautiful cinematography. In my humble opinion, it is the best Christian, especially Catholic film ever made.
Spiritually we have very less movies around us but this movie makes our heart satisfied. Film is little longer.
The story or life of Father Pio touched me. One of my friend also said the same. Priesthood is not a easy life as many think of this.
I am very blessed. I am glad that I watched this movie.
I am sure this movie will continue to touch many lives around the world .
Congratulations for all who have contributed for this making of the movie.
You must watch this even you are a Protestant or whatever !
I am a Episcopal Priest and found life of Father Pio very inspiring!
This film is extraordinary. First of all, it's beautifully directed and acted. The scenes where he receives the stigmata are very moving. It also consistently shows the reality of the spiritual battle going on around us. The scenes where the demonic breaks through and attacks him are very frightening. I wouldn't show these parts to kids. It also depicts the other miracles that are associated with Padre Pio. I watched it in the original Italian with subtitles because I like the realism of watching it in the language that he spoke. (And because the English dubbing is usually pathetic in these Italian films of the saints.) Overall, this is a wonderful depiction of a sincere and holy man who devoted his whole life to prayer and the will of God. It strengthened my faith.