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Cabrini is a 2024 American biographical drama film directed by Alejandro Gómez Monteverde and written by Rod Barr, based on a story by both. The film depicts the life of Catholic missionary Francesca Cabrini, portrayed by Cristiana Dell'Anna, as she encounters resistance to her charity and business efforts in New York City. Cabrini explores the sexism and anti-Italianism faced by Cabrini and others in New York City in the late 19th century.

Cabrini was released in the United States on March 8, 2024, by Angel Studios.

In 19th-century New York City, an Italian immigrant boy, Paolo, pushes around his dying mother in a cart; when he goes into a hospital for help, speaking Italian, the personnel cruelly dismiss him.

Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini, a nun with lung disease, visits the Vatican after multiple attempts to found her own missionary order. As a girl, she made paper boats by a river, imagining them sailing off on missions to other countries: throughout the film, she has visions of her riverside experience.

A cardinal rejects her proposal, but she insists on seeing the Pope. She tells the Pope she wants to help the poor and build an orphanage in China, and that the world is not large enough for what she wants to do. He notes that no woman has been allowed to found such an order, and allows her to, but says she should go to New York instead since she will eventually cover the whole world anyway.

Cabrini migrates from Italy to New York with her fellow Sisters to take care of poor Italian immigrants, aiding an ineffective priest in the Five Points area. On her first night there, she has nowhere to stay but a brothel, let in by a sympathetic prostitute, Vittoria, who tells her to bar her room's door. Cabrini and comrades hear pounding on the door, and the voice of a pimp, Geno, shouting that he doesn't allow roomers for free and that they must not sleep there again.

Archbishop Corrigan is not helpful, but when Cabrini shows him a letter from the Pope, Corrigan grudgingly allows her work to continue. Her Sisters successfully established charity and hospital work and took care of many children. She even goes underground at night to find some missing children and coughs and collapses; some good Samaritans convey her to Dr. Murphy, who tells her she likely has only two years to live. Murphy starts helping her order.

Paolo, whose mother has died, and an older boy, Enzo, try to steal bread from Cabrini, but she invites them to dinner with the Sisters instead. When Geno tries to take back Vittoria, who has left the brothel and helps the Sisters, Paolo takes out a gun and shoots Geno, crippling him. Later, Cabrini makes Paolo throw the gun in a fire. Geno and a henchman later ambush Vittoria and try to kill her, but she knifes Geno to death.

Cabrini purchases an Upper West Side property as a children's home. Mayor Gould is hostile to Italians, and helps drive her out of the property: a city inspector evicts Cabrini and her group. However, Corrigan finds a formerly Jesuit-owned property and lets her have it, though she must dig water wells there – which she does personally.

Enzo and Paolo go to work to earn money and help Cabrini, but a pump station accident kills Enzo and others. Murphy tells Cabrini a better hospital than her orders would have saved many lives. She determines to establish a first-rate hospital, and buys an old building, with the aid of wealthy men from immigrant communities, Irish, Italian, and Jewish.

When she holds an Italian-American festival fundraiser with famous singer Enrico DiSalvo, the police, spewing racial slurs, shut it down, and Cabrini is arrested. Corrigan orders Cabrini back to Italy.

However, visiting there with Vittoria and another nun, she gets the Pope to overrule Corrigan, although the Pope wonders about the tension between Cabrini's faith and her ambition: she says she wants an "empire of hope". She also gets the Italian Senate to give money to finish building the hospital. However, ruffians set it on fire.

She confronts Mayor Gould, implying he may be responsible for the arson. With the help of a New York Times reporter, who also helped her in the past with a sympathetic story about the suffering in Five Points (saying that even rats lived better than the people there), she gets the mayor to relent in his opposition to the hospital.

Despite her lung condition, she endures to the age of 67 and becomes hugely celebrated. Later, she is canonized, making her the first American saint (the patron saint of immigrants), with her order spread over all the world, including China.

In the United States and Canada, Cabrini was released alongside Kung Fu Panda 4 and Imaginary, set for a projected gross of about $8.5 million from 2,840 theaters in its opening weekend.The film made $3.1 million on its first day, including $500,000 from Thursday night preview, ultimately reaching $7.2 million in its first weekend

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