Pope Francis's favorite movie is, according to this WSJ Law Blog post, the acclaimed 1987 Danish film, Babette's Feast. Such a fine choice; such a sensuous movie. And, also according to the WSJ Law Blog post, a movie that is the current subject of a international copyright dispute:
Under Danish copyright law, rooted in the European legal tradition of “moral rights,” artists retain substantial control over the licensing of their works. Artists can make deals allowing someone else to publish, license, distribute or market their work. But those rights can’t be sold to someone else without the blessing of the author, unless the transfer is “usual or obviously presumed.” It’s the equivalent of a tenant who must get landlord approval to sublet.