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Deliver Us(Liberami)

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Italy, France · 2016
1h 29m
Director Federica di Giacomo
Genre Documentary

A film on the comeback of exorcism in the contemporary world. Each year a growing number of people call their sense of unease “possession.” The Church answers this spiritual emergency by nominating an increasing number of exorcist priests and organizing training courses. Follow Father Cataldo, an exorcist priest, as he conducts mass.

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CineVue by Ben Nicholson

Di Giacomo doesn’t build sequences to heighten tension, although some is unavoidable. Often, the film follows the relatively mundane work of the Franciscan Father Cataldo Migliazzo, the film’s primary protagonist, and the otherwise everyday lives of those who come to him for help.


Variety by Jay Weissberg

The documentary wisely avoids questioning beliefs, but it does force audiences to question how those responsible for shepherding the faithful use their influence, for good or bad.


Los Angeles Times by Noel Murray

The subject matter of Deliver Us is sensational, but Di Giacomo’s approach is more in the spirit of documentarian Frederick Wiseman, where very little is explained.

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