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There Be Dragons






There Be Dragons

Category: Biography
All Genres: Biography, Drama
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA, Argentina, Spain
Runtime: 120
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Roland Joffé
Sound: Dolby
Taglines:

  • An epic portrayal of Faith, Forgiveness and Redemption.
  • Even saints have a past.

  • Writing by: Roland Joffé – (written by)

    Produced by: Anna Cassina – line producer
    Verónica Cura – line producer
    Augusto Greco – assistant producer
    Roland Joffé – producer
    Rusty Lemorande – co-executive producer
    Guy J. Louthan – producer
    Ignacio Núñez – producer
    Ignacio G. Sancha – producer
    Luis Zanger – consulting producer

    Cast: Charlie Cox – Josemaria
    Wes Bentley – Manolo
    Dougray Scott – Robert
    Unax Ugalde – Pedro
    Olga Kurylenko – Ildiko
    Pablo Lapadula – Isidoro
    Golshifteh Farahani – Leila
    Rusty Lemorande – Father Lazaro
    Ana Torrent – Dolores
    Alfonso Bassave – Jiménez
    Jordi Mollà – José

    Music: Stephen Warbeck
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    Plot Outline:

    Arising out of the horror of the Spanish Civil War, a candidate for canonization is investigated by a journalist who discovers his own estranged father had a deep, dark and devastating connection to the saint's life.


    Plot: A young journalist long ago rejected by his now aged and dying father finds himself investigating one of his father's former friends, a candidate for canonization. Uncovering the two men's complicated relationship from childhood through the horrors of the Spanish Civil War unveils a compelling drama filled with passion, betrayal, love and religion. An action packed story set during a murderous time in history that ultimately serves the present by revealing the importance and timeless power of forgiveness.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    SPOILER: There's a scene after the closing credits with Samuel L. Jackson.

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: When the soldier draws the bow, he uses his fingers – no archer would draw a bow like that in such a way because it is so short. He would have used a release aid (a trigger mechanism). When the camera angle shows the soldier from behind, the bow is clearly set up for release aid shooting, not fingers.

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