This one goes out to any low budget movie studio that would like to make a small film that would rake in the big bucks. Ready? The very first chapter of Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables' is about a bishop in a small French town. The bishop lives through several episodes that show him becoming as Christ-like as he can. Going forth to his flock, trading houses with the hospital, things like that. The entire section is beautiful and is possibly the best portrayal of Christian charity in all of literature.
The film would focus on this man. The book includes his small back story and how a chance meeting with Napoleon gave him a church office. It would continue through the various episodes. In the last third or fourth of the movie, Jean Valjean would appear and their interaction would happen. Then the bishop gives him the rest of the silver and bids him go. Wrap it up and roll credits.
If this was done with a deft touch and some sensitivity, it would be a hit.