Right when you were thinking you had heard almost everything about the sexual abuse scandals in the Catholic Church, that’s when you’re wrong. At first, we thought that with the guidance of Pope Francis, the Church would have ceased to be a “ship without a rudder”, heading instead towards the righteous path. However, four years after becoming Pope, the reform has stalled: two out of three paedophile priests remain untouched members of the clergy, and none of the bishops who covered for the abuses has been punished. In this documentary, directed by the mexican director Jesus Garces Lambert and co-produced by some of the most important European TV networks, the English historian John Dickie investigates the causes of the failures of Vatican hierarchies. Meanwhile, the onset of new scandals hailing from other countries, such as the United States, France, Italy and Argentina, show that the problem has not been resolved yet. John Dickie himself, together with the journalist and author of the book Lussuria. Peccati, scandali e tradimenti di una Chiesa fatta di uomini (Feltrinelli), Emiliano Fittipaldi, will introduce the documentary.