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Boze Cialo is a movie starring Bartosz Bielenia, Aleksandra Konieczna, and Eliza Rycembel. Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation in a detention center. Although his criminal record prevents him from applying to the seminary,...

Jan Komasa
Eliza Rycembel, Aleksandra Konieczna, Bartosz Bielenia, Tomasz Zietek

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Genres Drama
Director Jan Komasa
Writer Mateusz Pacewicz
Stars Eliza Rycembel, Aleksandra Konieczna, Bartosz Bielenia, Tomasz Zietek
Country Poland
Also Known As 另類神父, Boże Ciało, Corpus Christi - A Redenção, Kristaus kunas, La communion, Corpus Christi
Runtime 1 h 55 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description While serving time for a violent crime 20-year-old Daniel has found his life's calling serving Christ. His unconventional charisma and genuine passion for the Word curry favor with the prison's Catholic chaplain and qualify him to assist worship services. When a menacing addition to the facility threatens Daniel's progress, the chaplain secures his timely release. Barred from attending seminary by his criminal record, Daniel is sent to work a dead-end job laboring in a small-town mill for the reformed. Upon arrival, he encounters a spiritually fractured community suffering from a series of interpersonal crises - dark secrets and hypocrisies actively undermine parish unity. The heavens clearly have plans for Daniel outside of the mill and, in good faith, he steps up to the altar to improvise answers for a community adrift without leadership.

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Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 14:06

I'm getting rather sick of the mindless, derisive reviews of this movie. It's a very good movie, and a very difficult one to digest. So why do they have to moan so loud? Firstly, because this film can't be easily understood. It requires a significant shift in mentality, and in some cases, a pretty radical one. I can't say that I have ever been affected by it, and I'm sure that if I were to watch it, I would also not be affected. Secondly, and this is also a great reason, the story is slow, repetitive and derivative. It lacks the impact that is so clearly missing from this movie. To give you an idea of what I mean, the movie essentially comes down to a film club, an Italian film club, and a bunch of students from New York, who get together every weekend to watch the Italian film "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension". (It has little to do with this movie, but I'm being purposely vague.) Basically the same story, but in a different setting and in a different time frame, and without the presence of Buckaroo Banzai. This film is basically the same, and is so riddled with cliches, it is almost like the film club is still debating whether to make a sequel or not. It's not just about Italian movies. I mean, I've watched a lot of them, but I have never seen this movie referred to as an "Italian" movie. It's not. It's a made-for-TV movie. The entire movie is just a showcase for typical New York high school antics. The dialogue is something that could easily be a part of any high school experience, but was kept a perfectly reasonable forty-seven minutes. This is another one of those movies that made me think about how life is the most important thing in my life, or the most important thing in the universe, depending on which version of you you believe in. It's a good movie, and a lot of good people (especially the actors, I'm not sure about the director but I really hope he has a go at directing again), but it is not a film I'd recommend to anyone, even my dad who was a big fan of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. I can't wait for a sequel, and I'm sure I will, if that is what the director wants to do. Oh well, there are worse things in life than watching a movie.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 10:28

The summer of 1975 saw, after eight years in a coma, Caravaggio's feverish heir return to the Piazza Bellotto for a celebration of his late great-grandfather's life and works. He is accompanied by a delegation from Tuscany who talk about the many splendid works that Caravaggio has done. They then greet the late painter's grand-niece Beatrice. The three women fall for each other. We discover the origins of the love in a poem by Agostina de Caprio and find out how the two have met. On the surface this is a love story but the interesting thing is that it is not only a story of love but of life. What this film does is to take an old myth of love and make it modern and more connected. In the end we see the two women in a relationship in which each is represented by a different motif. A friend of mine told me about the work of a 20th century sculptor who has painted a car. When he was finished he took the car and gave it to the sculptor. The sculptor then painted a car with the car's theme. The artist has known this car for forty years and he loves the car. This means that the car is now part of his life and he can touch it and do it. The movie is a wonderful commentary on life. It is a celebration of an idea rather than a celebration of the person who discovered the idea. One of the greatest moments of the movie is when the painter and his wife begin to realize that they both can be sad because of the loss of a child. They start to discuss the loss and they realize that the child is not the reason for the sadness. They are both sad because of their children's death and of the loss of a life that they could not have. The point is that they are sad because they have lost a part of themselves and they are happy that they are happy. One of the most beautiful moments in the movie is the way that the painter reflects on the strange life that he leads. He talks to his neighbors and discusses the problems that he is having. In the end he decides that his life is normal. The woman who becomes his friend also returns to her former life. This is because she realizes that she was married to a man who had to leave her. She returned to the painting and realized that she was in love with her husband and that she was happy and good. All of the scenes are very colorful. This is not a film for children. There are many scenes of death and there is a lot of nudity. This is a movie for people who are looking for a different view of life. If you like paintings or the world in general then you should see this film. It is a beautiful film that should be shown to anyone.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 23:16

Cialo is a movie that has a clever plot and interesting characters.It's about two couples.One is love, the other is a family.Each couple is responsible for their respective families.But their families are hurt in the past.Then they must settle their differences.Then comes their children.The eldest son of one of the families is showing his talents.There is an obvious love connection between the two.But the next generation won't be good friends.The youngest son is bringing home the best daughter of one of the families.A close friend of the eldest son is moving in to the next door.There is a relationship between the two.When the younger son leaves his family and gets a girl.Then there is a problem.The eldest son makes a challenge.The first question he asks is what do we want.The answer is simple.The older son wants to live with his new bride.The younger son doesn't care about that.The second question he asks is if he's really happy.He answers it.Then he says that he was.This is the start of a long journey.The second part is a little complicated but it's interesting.At the end, the old man won't be able to leave the old lady, but the new man will.The ending is a little confusing.This movie deserves some criticism.I feel that the story is a bit too complicated.I really didn't like the music.I didn't like the way they used the music.I didn't like the amount of time they spend on this part.And I really didn't like the character of the oldest son.He was too arrogant.The oldest son seems to be an idiot.The last part was nice.It felt like the beginning of something.I give it a 7. The movie is worth a watch.The cast is good,the acting is good,the music is good,and the ending is good.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 08:28

A lot of people have commented on this movie, and I am wondering if they are just judging it on the basis of its name. The movie is called "Cialo", and that is a nice name. The story is about a guy who has to go to a big party with his friend, but ends up getting stuck in the middle of nowhere. He finds a way to get there, but he can't do it without his friend. I have to admit, I am not a big fan of the Italian language, and I am not a fan of the genre. But this movie is not only a bad movie, it is a bad movie in Italian. The dialog is very poor, and the actors are not really well chosen. I think that this movie is a good example of the "big" Italian movies of the 80's, like "La Cosa Nostra", "La Cosa Nostra II", "Cosa Nostra III", "La Cosa Nostra IV", "La Cosa Nostra V", "La Cosa Nostra VI", "La Cosa Nostra VII", "La Cosa Nostra VIII", "La Cosa Nostra IX", "La Cosa Nostra X", "La Cosa Nostra XI", "La Cosa Nostra XII", "La Cosa Nostra XIII", "La Cosa Nostra XIV", "La Cosa Nostra XV", "La Cosa Nostra XVI", "La Cosa Nostra XVII", "La Cosa Nostra XVIII", "La Cosa Nostra XIX", "La Cosa Nostra XX", "La Cosa Nostra XXI", "La Cosa Nostra XXII", "La Cosa Nostra XXIII", "La Cosa Nostra XXIV", "La Cosa Nostra XXV", "La Cosa Nostra XXVI", "La Cosa Nostra XXVII", "La Cosa Nostra XXVIII", "La Cosa Nostra XXIX", "La Cosa Nostra XXX", "La Cosa Nostra XXXI", "La Cosa Nostra XXXII", "La Cosa Nostra XXXIII", "La Cosa Nostra XXXIV", "La Cosa Nostra XXXV", "La Cosa Nostra XXXVI", "La Cosa Nostra XXXVII", "La Cosa Nostra XXXVIII", "La Cosa Nostra XXXIX

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