Iffy statements ("We're created to make mistakes...") but they're actors. And Joffe on "Child of God" is iffy too. (Too often we think of "child/son of God" as referring to everyone, regardless of their personal state (grace or sin), but a creature is not a child of God in virtue of being a creature, but in virtue of being elevated to a supernatural union with God. I don't doubt that what is taught by Opus Dei with regards to divine filiation is orthodox in this respect. If the movie is viewed with a proper understanding of grace and charity as love, then there probably won't be problems. But if love is understood as referring to natural love, then it may seem Pelagian.