Oh boy -- movies!
I also love "The Mission" and the Polish film "Faustina" as well. Such lovely musical scores on both.
There are a lot of fine religious films that are not so well known but are true works of art. The silent French film, "The Passion of Joan of Arc" by Carl Dreyer is a masterpiece and is based on the actual trial records. (One of my favorite dialogues is when Joan is asked at her trial if St. Michael the Archangel had long hair. "Why should he cut it?" was her reply...
All the films by the late-great Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky (himself a Russian Orthodox) are brilliant, especially the internationally acclaimed "Andrei Rublev", one of the greatest films of all time -- about the famous Russian icon painter.
And famed French director Robert Bresson's film version of Georges Bernano's book, "Diary of a Country Priest" is a favorite. (Same name)
And the best film about St. Francis, IMO, is an old Italian film by Rosselini and Fellini, amazingly, "The Little Flowers of St. Francis". Maybe my favorite of all time... St. Francis and his followers are actually REAL Franciscan monks, who disappeared back into their monastery after the filming, never to reappear in film again.
The recent Italian offering, "Padre Pio: Miracle Man", is breathtaking.
I must stop or risk annoying all of you, but I could go on ad nauseum. I have noticed that films of saints made in their native countries are often the best. Go figure.
Try the Vatican Top 45. A very classy list.http://www.nccbuscc.org/movies/vaticanfilms.shtml