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The new pope of Jude Law calls on the Catholic Church

The new pope of Jude Law sparks protest from the Catholic Church about scenes with nuns in nightshirts dancing under a fluorescent crucifix

  • The TV mini series has made the Catholic Church furious because of the display of spinning nuns
  • Father Gianmatteo Caputo described the scene as ‘offensive’, without ‘narrative context’
  • The scene was filmed in a former monastery on the island of San Giorgio in Venice

The TV mini series “The New Pope” starring Jude Law has evoked an angry reaction from the Catholic Church because of its “sexy” portrait of nuns.

In the first scene of the nine-episode HBO Drama, 16 revolving nuns dance dressed in their nightgown at the foot of the huge fluorescent crucifix.

The scene was filmed in a former monastery on the island of San Giorgio in the lagoon of Venice.

The mini-series premiered on Sky Atlantic on Sunday evening and on HBO last night.

TV mini series “The New Pope” starring Jude Law has caused an angry reaction from the Catholic Church because of her “sexy” portrait of nuns

Jude Law in the prequel series, The Young Pope

Jude Law in the prequel series, The Young Pope

Jude Law in the prequel series, The Young Pope

16 revolving nuns dressed in their nightgown dance at the foot of the huge fluorescent crucifix

16 revolving nuns dressed in their nightgown dance at the foot of the huge fluorescent crucifix

A nun dances in her nightdress above a fluorescent cross

A nun dances in her nightdress above a fluorescent cross

In the first scene of the HBO drama with nine episodes, 16 revolving nuns dance dressed in their nightgown at the foot of the huge fluorescent crucifix

The scene was filmed in a former monastery on the island of San Giorgio in the lagoon of Venice

The scene was filmed in a former monastery on the island of San Giorgio in the lagoon of Venice

The scene was filmed in a former monastery on the island of San Giorgio in the lagoon of Venice

The mini series, which is the follow-up to the hit Vatican drama “The Young Pope”, has been labeled “offensive” by the Archbishop of Venice.

“The scene is offensive and lacks a narrative context that would justify it,” said Father Gianmatteo Caputo, the patriarch’s official in charge of cultural heritage.

“Because it lacks context, what is being offered to viewers is more of a music video, filmed in a place that is historically important and for the monastic tradition of Venice,” said the archbishop, “adding the former monastery” was transformed into a stage for a coquettish and suggestive dance, performed under the supreme symbol of Christianity, the cross. “

Jude Law plays in the series Lenny Belardo, also known as Pius XIII, the very first American pope. Actresses Cecile de France and Ludivine Sagnier also play a leading role.

The scene of the dancing nuns led to an angry reaction from the Catholic Church

The scene of the dancing nuns led to an angry reaction from the Catholic Church

The scene of the dancing nuns led to an angry reaction from the Catholic Church

The scene is offensive and lacks a narrative context that would justify it, “said Father Gianmatteo Caputo, the patriarch’s official responsible for cultural heritage

Critics charge 'The New Pope' for his feminist view of the inner workings of the Catholic Church

Critics charge 'The New Pope' for his feminist view of the inner workings of the Catholic Church

Critics charge ‘The New Pope’ for his feminist view of the inner workings of the Catholic Church

Sharon Stone and Marilyn Manson play themselves.

Critics charge ‘The New Pope’ for his feminist view of the inner workings of the Catholic Church.

Paolo Sorrentino, the Bafta-winning maker of the 2013 ‘La Grande Bellezza’ film, is the director behind the series.

He told AFP: “The church is much more sexist than the rest of the world.

‘Women definitely do not have the same rights; they cannot say mass, they live according to how men want it. “

“This is a situation that will end,” he added.

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