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Ukrainian Archbishop Kiril Lakota is set free after two decades as a political prisoner in Siberia. He is brought to Rome by Fr. David Telemond, a troubled young priest who befriends him. ...See full summary »
In the scene where Pope Kiril prays over the body of the Jewish man, he recites the Shema. However, rather than say "Adonai", he says, "Hashem." This is because "Adonai" is traditionally only said when one is actually at prayer, and not simply ... ...
Fr. David Telemond:
It is strange. When a president dies, he's replaced within an hour. When a king dies, long live the king. When a pope dies, everything stops.
A map of Indo-China labelled in Cyrillic, which can be seen in the movie's trailer, appears to have the word Kambodzha, the Russian for Cambodia, written over the country of Laos.
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