The “inspirational story” of Beyond The Sun is based on the Gospels and told in several tales. It will focus on children from different cultures who emulate the apostles while searching for Jesus in the world around them.
“And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” Revelation 17:14,15 (KJV)
Pope Francis has no children, yet his worshippers call him the “holy father”, a title stolen from God in John 17:11 (KJV). He is a mere and mortal human being like anyone else, but somehow is granted the blasphemous title of “His Holiness”. Now the one known as the “vicar of christ” is set to star in a movie that he himself created.
For the first time in both cinematic and Vatican history, the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church will play himself in a big screen feature. Pope Francis is due to appear in family adventure film Beyond The Sun from AMBI Pictures. The casting came about after the pope asked the filmmakers to make a movie for children that communicates the message of Jesus. All profits from the faith-based film will be donated to two charities, El Almendro and Los Hogares de Cristo, which help aid at-risk children and young adults in need, and are located in Argentina, Pope Francis’ home country.
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The “inspirational story” of Beyond The Sun is based on the Gospels and told in several tales. It will focus on children from different cultures who emulate the apostles while searching for Jesus in the world around them. The filmmakers say it is intended to “spiritually engage and encourage audiences of all ages to transmit Jesus’ words, to understand them and integrate them to live a better life, make good choices and help others.” Graciela Rodriguez wrote the screenplay.
So far, the actual storylines have not yet been released, but we are willing to wager that the Pope will be presenting the same “jesus” he always presents. A mythical, powerless New Age Jesus who is still on the cross, and as Francis said last year, the “biggest failure” in the history of the world.