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From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II

From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II ★★ 1981

TV biography of Polish Pope John Paul II begins in 1926 as Karol Wojtila celebrates Christmas with his father and continues through the important highlights of his life. 120m/C VHS, DVD . PL GB Sam Neill, Christopher Cazenove, Warren Clarke, Kathleen Byron, Maurice Denham, Lisa Harrow; D: Krzysztof Zanussi; W: Krzysztof Zanussi; C: Slawomir Idziak; M: Wojciech Kilar; Nar: Michael Jayston. TV

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