The Two Popes is an American film which follows a dramatised version of the relationship between Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio and Pope Benedict XVI in the years leading up to the Pope’s resignation in 2013. The film is in English and Spanish, with English subtitles.
There are scenes depicting the military coup in Argentina in 1976, including people being arrested, soldiers in military vehicles threatening people and verbal references to torture. In one scene, several dead bodies are thrown out of a plane over the ocean.
There are several depictions of executions by the military junta. Men are seen aiming guns at the heads of other men, a gunshot is heard and the victims fall to the ground. There are no injuries and no blood viewed.
While listening to people in confession, Cardinal Bergoglio is told, "I masturbate many times a day," and, "...look at them with sexual desire."
The film contains use of the words, "son of a bitch".
During the scenes in the Vatican, there are artworks and frescoes which include naked individuals. Male genital detail and buttock nudity are visible, however, the depictions are stylised and artistic in nature.
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