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There Be Dragons (2011)

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Directer:Roland Joffé  Producer:Roland Joffé, Ignacio G. Sancha, Ignacio Núñez, Guy J. Louthan Writter:Roland Joffé  Music:Robert Folk Cinematography:Gabriel Beristain  

Editor:Richard Nord  Running time:122 min   Country:United StatesSpain, Argentina Language:English Genre:DramaBiography, Drama, War  Subtitle: English
Starring:
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 ... Don José (as Jordi Mollá), Rodrigo Santoro ... Oriol,
Geraldine Chaplin ... Abileyza, Alejandro Casaseca ... Jaime, Yaiza Guimaré ... Pilar,
Jan Cornet ... Ortiz, Lily Cole ... Aline, Charles Dance ... Solano, Derek Jacobi ... Honorio

 

   


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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.
 



There Be Dragons is a 2011 English-language historical epic film written and directed by Roland Joffé. It is a drama set during the Spanish Civil War which features themes such as betrayal, love and hatred, forgiveness, friendship, and finding meaning in everyday life. The film was released on 6 May 2011. It includes the story of soldiers, a journalist, his father, and a real life priest, Josemaría Escrivá, later canonized as a recent Roman Catholic saint, the founder of Opus Dei.
The film stars Charlie Cox, Wes Bentley, Rodrigo Santoro, Derek Jacobi, Geraldine Chaplin, Jordi Mollà, Golshifteh Farahani, Dougray Scott, Olga Kurylenko, Unax Ugalde and Lily Cole.
 



Director Roland Joffé said There Be Dragons is "a story about people trying to find meaning about their lives." The epic film tells the story of a Spanish journalist, Robert, who is mending relations with his dying father, Manolo, who took part in the Spanish Civil War. The journalist discovers through his investigations that his father was a close childhood friend of Josemaría Escrivá, a candidate for sainthood, with whom he had a complicated relationship. Manolo became a soldier during the Spanish Civil War and became obsessed with a beautiful Hungarian revolutionary, Ildiko. She rejects him and gives herself to a brave militia leader Oriol. Manolo becomes jealous and takes a path of betrayal.
The film includes the early life of Josemaría Escrivá, a modern-day saint and the founder of Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church which teaches that ordinary human life is a path to sanctity. Escrivá, who died in 1975, was canonized by John Paul II in 2002. Joffé, who initially shied away from the project, was "ultimately intrigued by the chance to dramatize the life of a modern-day saint, particularly considering Escrivá''s ''liberating'' view that a path to God could be found in an ordinary life."
There Be Dragons is a drama which explores themes such as betrayal, forgiveness, friendship, and finding the meaning of life in everyday life. According to Joffé, they are "making a film about love, human love and divine love, about hate, about betrayal, about war, about mistakes, about everything it is to be a human being." The theme of forgiveness, says Charlie Cox, who plays St. Josemaria, is "always going to be a key when you''re talking about Christianity at all, especially if you’re talking about a man who is canonized." Josemaria, Cox adds, "understood that the reason one must forgive is because that hatred and that anger and that resentment lives in you."
Joffé, a self-described "wobbly agnostic" who was nominated for the Academy Award for his film The Mission which deals with a Jesuit mission in South America, said that he is "very interested in the idea of embarking on a piece of work that took religion seriously on its own terms and didn''t play a game where one approached religion denying its validity."
"Reconciliation matters" is the main take away message that Joffe expects from the viewers. Life, he said, is an opportunity to love: "It''s a choice, and in making that decision you become free. You do not become free when you hate. The weird thing is when you really love, you feel it like a breath of freedom, you think ‘Oh my God, I’ve chosen this, and it’s beautiful’.” He emphasized that Christianity is about love and the teaching of St. Josemaria "encourages a spiritual relationship with God in ''very simple things'', in cooking a meal, being with one’s family, or even having a fight."[9] Joffé states that this is "a film about what it means to be a saint in this day and age."
The title refers to its theme exploring the unknown territories of hatred, guilt, and forgiveness, said the producer Ignacio G. Sancha. "There be dragons" is a shorter version of the phrase "here there be dragons" from the Latin hic sunt dracones, an ancient way of denoting in maps a place where there is danger, or an unknown place, a place to be explored.
 



 

 


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