Striking and unpublished images tell the emotions of the days which followed John Paul’s death
Remembering John Paul II, the secret of his smile and his strength – millions of people have come to accompany him on his last path.
In this 48-minute film, six famous Italian directors portrait the emotions of the pilgrims assembled in St Peter’s Square in Rome. These extraordinary images represent the pilgrims’ spirit of sacrifice and the general sensation of being part of a one-time historical event.
The film testifies the actual teaching of John Paul II, who, even in his silent illness, has gathered around him people of every language and religion.
Format: Documentary 1×48′
Language: Italian and English
|Directed by||Giulio Base, Fabrizio Costa, Luciano Manuzzi, Gabriele Muccino, Fernando Muraca|
|Edited by||Stefano Rizzelli|