Sneak Peak At There Be Dragons Movie Trailer

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The famous director of the movies The Mission and The Killing Fields, Roland Joffe, has just released a trailer teaser to his new film he is producing that encapsulates the early life of Saint Josemaria Escriva.

The film is about a news reporter investigating the life of his father where he discovers that his father was a lifelong friend of Saint Josemaria Escriva.

Marcel LeJeune of Aggie Catholics had the opportunity to view an early screening.  He gives a solid preview of what he’s allowed to disclose on this movie.

For previous posts on this upcoming movie click here and here.

To learn more about Saint Josemaria Escriva de Blaguer click here.

To learn more about Opus Dei click here.

For more information on There Be Dragons film click here.

To read a highly recommended book based on the early years of Opus Dei during the Spanish Civil War titled “Uncommon Faith” by John F. Coverdale, click here.

(Biretta tip:  RomeReports)

Update I: I found the movie trailer without RomeReports running commentary:

(Biretta tip:  Father Zuhlsdorf)

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  1. Unfortunately, I’m not holding out much hope for there being any actual dragons in it.

    I’m still bitter about the lack of gore in There Will Be Blood. And don’t get me started on The Neverending Story.

  2. As long as there are gamergeeks there will always be dragons!

    I am looking forward to this film. I have always been fascinated by the Spanish Civil War, so it will be refreshing to see a movie during that period that doesn’t slant to the Left which virtually all films on, other than those made in Spain during Franco’s reign, the war have.

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