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From Alejandro Monteverde, award-winning director of Sound of Freedom, comes the powerful epic of Francesca Cabrini, an Italian immigrant who arrives in New York City in 1889 and is greeted by disease, crime, and impoverished children. Cabrini sets off on a daring mission to convince the hostile mayor to secure housing and healthcare for society's most vulnerable.


  • John Lithgow
  • David Morse
  • Jeremy Bobb
  • Giancarlo Giannini
  • Federico Castelluccio
  • Katherine Boecher
  • Cristiana Dell'Anna
  • Patch Darragh
  • Lukas Behnken
  • Sean Cullen

Atom User Reviews

4.8 out of 5
Verified Review

This is an epic movie about woman with epic faith, hope and tenacity! Timing was impeccable for showing it on International Women’s day. I bought 15 tickets for women in our parish and we had one of their hubbies join us! What a way to celebrate diversity since we are also part of the “brown” people as the Italians were called back then! The movie had so many angles: Faith! Tenacity, Hope, Love for children and marginalized people, power of women, & minorities, challenging the status quo, immigration to the U.S. and the value of time. Bravo ANGEL NETWORK! Thank you for making a positive difference in showing inspiring movies such as this! I paid it forward and hope many do too. money well spent!

Jeanne G
Verified Review

Not once did this move seem long. For a movie that is almost 2 1/2 hours, I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen. Cabrini was done well with an amazing cast and storyline. This movie should be inspiring to everyone, especially females.

Lynn D


Mar 11, 2024

Cabrini’s story is rather absorbing and the film offers a lushly mounted portrait of life in 1880s New York, when immigration was just as much of a contentious issue as it is today.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Guardian
Mar 8, 2024

Cabrini is a respectful biopic designed to shed light on a forgotten woman whose charitable acts deserve recognition. It’s also so stultifyingly dutiful you may find yourself missing Sound of Freedom’s tawdry watchability.

Tim Grierson
The Daily Beast