The movie We Have A Pope tells the story of the relationship between the newly elected Pope and his therapist. (Sounds a lot like The King’s Speech).
The newly elected Pope suffers a panic attack just as he is due to appear on St Peter’s balcony to greet the faithful, who have been patiently awaiting the conclave’s decision. His advisors, unable to convince him he is the right man for the job, seek help from a renowned psychoanalyst (and atheist). But his fear of the responsibility suddenly thrust upon him is one that he must face on his own. The Latin translation of the title of the movie We Have A Pope is Habemus Papam.