The Shoes of the Fisherman

The Shoes of the Fisherman

Metropolitan Archbishop Lakota of L'viv, freed after twenty years in the Soviet Gulag, travels to Rome where circumstances conspire to see him elevated to the Papacy. Inspired by the life story of Ukrainian Catholic Cardinal Josyf Slipyj,

Set in a futuristic vision of the late 1980's, Ukrainian Archbishop Kiril Lakota is set free after two decades as a political prisoner in Siberia. He is brought to Rome by Fr. David ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lisa Michelle A (ru) wrote: I'd like to see it someday along with Tribute, Northern Lights & High Noon, the other books by Nora Roberts made into movies.

Max G (us) wrote: The first was touristsThe second was HuntersThe third was law enforcement All were bloody gory and great fun! Low budget horror at its best!

Jacob B (fr) wrote: Imaginative, beautifully animated and successfully managing to start off as a nice family-friendly movie about a girl who discovers a parallel world better than the crappy one she's living in at the moment to a dark horror film about a woman hell bent on ensuring her "daughter" stays there as part of her elaborate plan, Coraline is an entertaining film that ranks among one of the best animated films of 2009...and also a great start to stop-motion animation studio Laika who following the production, but not complete involvement, of Corpse Bride seems to show themselves as a worthy competitor to British stop-motion animation studio Aardman.

Soyoung Y (ru) wrote: i remember watching dis. was very emotional

Barry J (jp) wrote: Only a culture that can laugh at itself can be considered to have progressed. In "Which Way Is Up?" there is something to offend most American cultures and it is FUNNY.

Joetaeb D (es) wrote: Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys is an decent adaptation of the broadway play that could've been so much more than it was. While it's musical moments are enjoyable and it's lead quartet fill the shoes. It feels more like a boring behind the scenes biopic that we've seen many times before, not to mention loosing steam by the third act.