Yes, I already knew it's N.O. bs so I'll be anonymous.
I went to the cinema to see it because I'm willing to break my wallet to support a bit more of Catholic representation. However, I was disappointed, I think not for the cinematography but the story itself. Ok I get it, they want to present a young man pursuing his vocation no matter what, but what about obedience? What about changing his way of talking after he entered the seminary? If it actually happened like that in real life then I guess I'm not surprised why people don't trust the Church. You don't give a chance for entering the seminary to a unqualified man just because he argued about it with his superior. You don't give a disabled person ordination out of fake charity. You don't talk with a woman in private when you're a priest especially that was a woman you had relation with. What this "priest" was doing in the story was completely revolutionary to the basic Catholic religious virtues.