That's because he is turning in his grave at how well these talented actors were puppeteered into playing yet another anti-Christian agenda driven propaganda film where this time Catholic priests are portrayed as sadistic, intolerant and perverted men of the faith. Milo's historical premise of combining Goya with the French revolution and the Spanish Inquisition, events that are separated by centuries follows the same pattern of half truths that the fascists in Central Europe used to slaughter millions of progressive individuals simply because of a lack of political, social and religious tolerance. The same taste that is left from viewing this movie. As a result, Poor Goya is now remembered as a despairing historian who sketched the horrors of Milos fantisitopia rather than the fantastically talented artist that was he. Stop the hate.