Documentary film night:
"L'esercito piu' piccolo del mondo" ("The World's Smallest Army")

Food and wine provided by the Swiss embassy with the purchase of food tickets

6:30pm, Monday 08 May, 2017
(6:30pm doors open, food served; 7pm )
Free for members, 150 baht for non-members
A film concerning the Swiss Guards during the papacy of Pope Francis by Gianfranco Pannone http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4898802/

Swiss snacks and Swiss wine provided by the Swiss Embassy

Opening remarks by H.E. Mr. Ivo Sieber, Ambassador of Switzerland

Leo is a forester and René is a student of theology of Aargau. They have decided to join the Pontifical Swiss Guard. For over 500 years, the Swiss Guard has been at the service of the Popes and has been watching over the Vatican. The tradition began in 1506 when the first Swiss arrived on request of the then Pope Julius II.

Leo is a simple guy. He is pleased to live an educational experience in the Eternal City. René is a catholic intellectual who wants to understand what it means to wear a uniform of the 16th century and to be part of a colorful but anachronistic military body. The film follows these two characters as they strive to find answers for themselves serving under the "revolutionary" figure, Pope Francis.


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