Call Me Francis is a 4 part biographical miniseries that chronicles Pope Francis' life, his controversial political leanings, his remarkable humanitarian work and his ascent to Papacy starring Rodrigo de la Serna, Mercedes Morán and Muriel Santa Ana. The miniseries opens with Jorge Mario Bergoglio's early years in Buenos Aires in the 1960's and depicts his journey through the height of Argentina's "Dirty Wars" during the 70's and 80's, culminating in his appointment as Pope Francis, the first Latin American Pope in history, in 2013.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Call Me Francis - Rodrigo de la Serna - Netflix
Rodrigo de la Serna (Spanish pronunciation: [roˈðɾiɣo ðe la ˈserna]; born April 18, 1976) is an Argentine actor. In 2004, he won the Silver Condor for best actor and the Independent Spirit Award for “Best Debut Performance” for the film The Motorcycle Diaries, for which he earned a nomination for the Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award and another nomination for the Golden Globe Award. He played the role of Alberto Granado, the travelling companion of Che Guevara during their 8-month long journey through South America. He has acted in several television series in Argentina such as Okupas, Sol Negro, and Hermanos y Detectives. De La Serna worked in the production of the movie San Martín: El Cruce de los Andes, that premiered in 2010. He is the main actor of the film, playing José de San Martín.
Call Me Francis - Filmography (partial) - Netflix
El mismo amor, la misma lluvia (1999) Nueces para el amor (2000) Gallito ciego (2001) Diarios de motocicleta (2004) Crónica de una fuga (2006) Tetro (2009) Contra Las Cuerdas (2010) San Martín: El Cruce de los Andes (2011) Chiamatemi Francesco (2015) Path to Peace (“Camino a La Paz”, 2016) Cien años de perdón (2016) Call Me Francis (2017) El Lobista (2018)
Call Me Francis - References - Netflix