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In 2014, we celebrated the 450th birthday of Galileo Galilei. This documentary explains the background to the condemnation and rehabilitation of the scientist by the Roman Catholic church, and discusses, based on the case of Galileo, the relationship between science and theology from today’s perspective. Where are the fault lines between the two worlds? Do they even still exist? And which areas of research have the potential to provoke as radical a change in our view of the world as Galilei’s findings?