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St. Francis (film)

St. Francis
Screenplay by Leonardo Fasoli
Giacomo Scarpelli
Michele Soavi
Salvatore De Mola
Story by Leonardo Fasoli
Pietro Valsecchi
Directed by Michele Soavi
Starring Raoul Bova
Composer(s) Carlo Siliotto
Original language(s) Italian
Production
Editor(s) Anna Napoli
Cinematography Gianni Mammolotti
Running time 182 min.
Release
Original channel Canale 5
Original release 2002

St. Francis (Italian: Francesco) is a 2002 Italian television movie written and directed by Michele Soavi. The film is based on real life events of Roman Catholic Friar and then Saint Francis of Assisi.[1][2][3]

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Plot

Cast

References

  1. ^ Sergio Perugini. Testimoni di fede, trionfatori di audience. Effata Editrice IT, 2011.  
  2. ^ Silvia Fumarola (6 October 2002). "Francesco, santo dei no-global".  
  3. ^ Aldo Grasso (7 October 2002). "La favola di Francesco".  

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