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Brimstone & Glory

Ecstatic ritual, danger and the absolute beauty of fireworks.

Other Titles
Pólvora y Gloria
Running Time
1 hours 7 minutes
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Viktor Jakovleski
Mexico, USA
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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Matthew H.

Brimstone & Glory is a documentary film about the controversy surrounding the death of Jackie Robinson in 1947. It covers the history of baseball, the racism that followed, the breaking of the color barrier, and the trials and tribulations that followed. In the process, it shows the changes in the culture of baseball and how it is viewed by the general public today. The film is made with a great deal of passion and is one that I found extremely interesting and I think that it will be a part of my viewing experience.

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George Cook

I've been a lifelong fan of films and documentaries. I am also a researcher and writer on the history of the early film industry and the impact it had on the modern world. I've been an advocate for the independent film movement for a long time. And I have always been intrigued by the story of the famous band, 'Blue Cheer.' After I read the book, I was completely blown away by the craftsmanship and beauty of the film. I had no idea how this would be possible and this documentary was a big reason why. This film is very well done. It is a documentary that tells the story of how a group of actors and directors were able to create a masterpiece, and how this group of individuals were able to influence the world in a way that they could never have imagined. I can only hope that this movie is given the recognition it deserves. I think it is a great idea to tell the story of the most famous band in history, but it is also important to tell the story of the people that were involved in the making of this movie.

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Brandon H.

Went to see this film a couple of days ago. It was one of the most moving movies I've ever seen. A father who's daughter was raped and killed by an illegal immigrant. His son, a U.S. citizen, was raped and murdered by illegal immigrants. This is a really powerful film. The young people in the film are incredible. It was touching and powerful. I had tears in my eyes, but I still cried when I left the theater. The film has a lot of information and it was really well done. It's a must see.

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I have just watched this documentary on PBS and I was astonished at what I was witnessing. For the past decade, the story of the Columbine shootings has dominated the news cycle. What a coincidence, that two documentaries, one from the U.S. and one from the UK, were released the same week. As the news cycle builds up to the 25th anniversary of the tragedy, it is remarkable how the public has been following the case. One would have thought that the media would have learned its lesson, but no. This documentary is filled with facts, interviews and interviews with some of the parents. But it also gets to the heart of the issue and gets to the root of the problem. As the documentary reveals, Columbine is not a single incident, it is a story of a school that had many rules and regulations, a very strict system of discipline and discipline that was not only applied but also was used as a tool to control the behavior of the students. The fact that the shooter had not been disciplined in any way, was a perfect example of the system working. This documentary should be seen by anyone who is looking to understand what went wrong in Columbine. In conclusion, this documentary is absolutely one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see for anyone who is a student of social science, a parent of a student, or anyone who is a parent of a student. It will show you the true story of Columbine and it will make you think.

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Brimstone & Glory is an excellent film that takes you on a fascinating journey through the psyche of a woman who is not just a person, but also a symbol of a society in which women are increasingly isolated from men. The story centers around the life of Maryam Keshavarz, a young Iranian woman who is very isolated from her family, her friends and even her religious community. Her mother does not care for her, and her father is distant, and she is forced to fend for herself. Her father does not recognize her, and even when she is accused of being a prostitute, she is not able to get a lawyer, which is a big problem for her. She eventually ends up in a mental institution and is abused by the people who care for her. Her mother tries to take care of her, but it is not enough to keep her from the dark places in her mind, which is caused by her father's neglect. Maryam goes on a journey, through her life, to find her way out of the dark places in her mind, and to recover her life, in a way. The journey is very fascinating, and the people she encounters are fascinating as well. The performances are very good, the cinematography is also very good, and the music is also very good. Overall, this is a very well-made and informative documentary, which has some excellent footage of the places Maryam is living and living. It is an important film to see, as it helps people to understand that there are many different ways of coping with depression and isolation, and that sometimes the way to heal is to leave the people who can care for you alone. I think it is very important to see this film.

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Donna Brooks

I really enjoyed this movie. It was well-made, and the filmmakers did a great job of capturing the essence of the South. The music was well done and it kept my attention the entire time. I really liked how it portrayed the scene in the movie, especially in the early scenes. I really liked how the directors used the music to speak to the viewer. I also really liked the actors. I loved Haley Joel Osment and Tom Berenger. Both of them were brilliant in their roles. I thought they did a great job portraying the characters. They were believable, and I thought they were very believable in the roles they played. I also thought Haley Joel Osment did a great job portraying Martin, the young and naive man. Tom Berenger was also great as the older man, the man who is forced to become a servant of the plantation. Haley Joel Osment also did a great job playing the young boy who falls for the older man. I thought he did a good job portraying the young boy who is completely innocent, and also played the part very well. I think the director did a great job capturing the essence of the movie. The director really gave the viewer a glimpse into the South and what the people who lived there went through. I also thought the director captured the essence of the story very well. It was well-acted, well-directed, and well-filmed. I really liked the movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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This documentary is about the British miners who went to work in the mines of Brazil. They were a special group of men who were trained in all aspects of life as they worked. They were not paid a penny for their work, they had no working hours and they were not allowed to go home. The only way to escape from their working conditions was to become a miner themselves. It shows how they struggled with the hard conditions in the mines, and the constant fear of the mines themselves. It also shows how they fought to overcome their difficulties, and how they were supported by the Brazilian people. The documentary has been edited in such a way that shows the stories of different miners, and shows how they lived and worked. It is an amazing story that shows how a group of people helped each other and overcame the problems. I think this documentary is worth watching, because it shows how the British workers worked and how they had to overcome their difficulties. It also shows how the Brazilian people supported them. I highly recommend this documentary.

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I really like this movie, and I've been watching it for quite some time. But I still wonder what makes it so special. I guess it's the way it was made. It was not what you might expect. It wasn't made like a Hollywood movie, and it was not like a documentary. The filming is quite technical and dark. The filming was quite realistic and they didn't waste any time, and they really didn't show the whole movie. The director showed a lot of things that were happening. The film showed how the people were dealing with the situation. The shooting was really good. The sound was very good, and the music was very good. The characters were very well done, and I think they were very good. I have to say that this movie is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It's very difficult to make a good documentary, and this movie is quite an achievement.

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Billy K.

This is the most accurate depiction of the "culture shock" that is experienced by a young black man in the early 80's. The young man is given the chance to be an altar boy, a part of the most important church in the world. However, his parents are not as supportive as they should be, and he finds himself struggling to cope with his newfound faith. The director is especially interested in the fact that the young man's father does not want him to be an altar boy. The director, former director of the church, shows us the church's racism, homophobia, and sexism. One of the most moving parts of the film is the young man's first communion. It is truly a powerful experience. A documentary that will make you reflect on your own faith.

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Janice S.

I've been a fan of his since I saw him at the Sundance film festival, and I thought he was great in this film. A fascinating story of a very misunderstood artist. I think I learned more about him and his work than I thought I would. This was a very interesting film, and I recommend it. It's about his relationship with his wife, how he interacts with the other people in his life, and his struggles with mental illness.

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This documentary takes us on an interesting journey through the lives of five women who all had to fight to survive the horror of the war. They all had a different background, but all of them are very human and they all survived because of a unique ability to survive the horrors of war. They are a survivor's group. I feel that this is the best documentary I have ever seen. The director, David Anaya, made this documentary with the love of the women and with the hope that the women will be able to find some peace in their lives and know that the horrors of war will never happen again.

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Jessica B.

This is a film that I think will appeal to a wide audience, but not the hardcore feminists. The problems women face are almost universally the same. The problem with this film is that the plot of the film is to "shame" women for their failings. I think that's what the film is trying to do, and it fails. The film has a very interesting and well made feel to it, and I think the main problem is that the film seems to have a very limited view of women. There are many women in the film that seem to be very successful and strong, and I don't think it's the women who are doing this that are being "shamed", it's the men that are doing it. The main problem I had with the film is that I didn't feel like the film was really interested in the women who were in the film, I just didn't feel like they were important. There were a few women that were well portrayed in the film, but there were many women that were not. Overall, I think this is a very good film, but it's flawed. I recommend this film to those who are interested in the subject of women's rights, but not the film itself.

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Brimstone & Glory is a documentary that details the life and work of an Irish journalist and author, Thomas Rowan Williams, who was killed in a car crash while covering a riot in Dublin. Williams was known for his journalism and his writing, as well as his philanthropy. The film is a moving tribute to a remarkable human being. Rowan Williams was a brilliant journalist and author. He wrote, published, and spoke out against the evils of the Irish state and society in general. He also wrote for The Sunday Times, the Irish Times, and other newspapers, and was well-known as the "birderbuddhist". He also organized and led several riots, both against the Irish police and against the government. He was shot in a car accident in Dublin and died of his injuries. The film focuses on the violence of the riots and on the reaction of the Irish state, the British government, and the Irish public. Williams was well-known for his stance against the British government and for his anti-establishment views. He was also well-known for his refusal to play the Irish game of politics. Rowan Williams believed that the Irish people were a "birderbuddhist" people and that they were capable of leading their own nation. The riots in Dublin were a part of this nationalist stance, but they were not an inevitable consequence of his views. Rowan Williams was also known for his activism against the British government. He was known for organizing the Ireland Rights Campaign in the early 1970s, which led to the Irish state's support of the 1973 Anglo-Irish Agreement. He also worked to raise awareness of the atrocities that the British state and its army committed during the Irish civil war. The film also shows the reaction of the Irish public to the riots. In the first two years after the riots, the Irish government tried to ignore the riots and the publicity generated by the riots. They were hoping that the riot would die down and that it would be forgotten, but the riots persisted and were met with more violence. This film shows that Rowan Williams was a man who cared deeply about his country and his people. He believed that his country and his people could be changed by their own actions. He was willing to stand up to the British government and to the Irish government. He also believed that the Irish people could make their own decisions about their country and their people. He was a man who wanted to stand up for his country and for his people. The film also shows the reaction of the British government and the Irish government. Rowan Williams was a man who believed that the British government was an enemy of the Irish people and of his country. He believed that the British government was corrupt and would do anything to destroy the Irish people. The British government

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Jack Munoz

This movie is great. It is very well done and if you are not a fan of Jon Ronson, you will love it. The documentary is very well done and the music is also very well done. The director is an excellent person and he really makes you feel for the characters. I love how the director really shows us the beauty of New York City and the beauty of life in general. I feel like if you are a person who is not really into politics and has a strong sense of family and morals, you will enjoy this movie. I loved it and I hope people will give it a chance. I think it is a must see and I recommend it.

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The title of this film may not ring any bells for those who have never been to South Africa, but if you are a supporter of the African National Congress (ANC), it's highly recommended that you watch this film. I'm an Indian and I was shocked at the poor quality of the film, as I was expecting a great deal of quality, but instead I was pleasantly surprised to find that the director, Richard Mabey, was able to capture the essence of what I thought the film was about. The scenes with Robert Mugabe and Nelson Mandela were especially good. The way that the director portrayed the conflict between the ANC and the apartheid regime was done in a very truthful manner, as was the way that the director presented the conversation between Robert Mugabe and Nelson Mandela. I can't comment on the actors, as I haven't seen the film, but I can tell you that all the actors did an excellent job. The film was also very realistic in its portrayal of the state of the ANC. The scene where Robert Mugabe was seen on television while the ANC leaders were discussing the resignation of their government was very moving. I recommend this film to all people of all backgrounds, as it will be a very eye opening experience.

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Kathleen M.

This is a pretty good documentary about the man who caused the end of apartheid in South Africa. Its more about his political ideas and his personality than about his actual politics. I really liked this documentary and it should be required viewing for anyone interested in the subject of apartheid. It also shows some of the problems with the country as a whole and the people that make it up. But its not a documentary about the real apartheid or anything like that. Its just a documentary about the political ideas and personality of Nelson Mandela. The best part of this documentary is that it actually gives you a lot of information about Nelson Mandela's politics. Not just the things he was involved in but also what he was like as a person and how he lived his life. For those who are interested in the subject of apartheid and the politics of South Africa, this is a must see. If you are not interested in the politics, then you might not like it. But I think that the viewer should have a basic understanding of the subject. I liked this documentary because it gives you a lot of information about what is going on in South Africa right now and what the problems are and how they are affecting the country. This is something that you can't learn from just reading a book or a documentary. Its something you need to experience and this documentary gives you a good introduction to the subject.

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Robert A.

This is a very important film to watch. I found it to be very hard to watch because it takes place in the southern United States. I found the life of the family to be interesting and I would like to find out more about it. I would also like to find out more about the film because it is very important. There is so much that needs to be known about this film. It is hard to find this film. It is on the PBS website and it is on the public library's website. It is on the Internet Movie Database. It is also available on If you find this film on the PBS website, you can order it. I found it to be very hard to find. I am hoping that the producer will be able to release this film on DVD or on video.

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Dorothy C.

Brimstone & Glory is a documentary about the death of David Byrne. It's a dark and emotional story about a man who had a very close relationship with his fans and family. It is also about a man who went on to fame and fortune by his work in the music industry. He was a humble man, who lived by the rules of his craft, never taking advantage of the people he worked with. However, he did not like to live by the rules, he was a rebel and a loner. He is seen in this documentary as a man who was trying to do the right thing, but he was not able to, and in the end, he was put to death. The film is well shot and you can really feel the emotion of the man. I loved the fact that the film was put together by a group of people who loved David Byrne. The film was great, and it was a great tribute to a legend. I highly recommend this film.

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Jerry Miller

As a huge fan of the original, I was excited to see the new director take over. I really liked the original but found it a bit too slow. But the new director's eye was great. It was fast paced and I found the acting all the actors were very good. I particularly enjoyed some of the younger actors. It was a great story and I loved the new characters. The new director was very good at being realistic. I think that was the most important thing. He did not over dramatize the story. The real story is about the struggle to make a living, how the city is running out of money and how people are hurting. I really loved the music, especially the opening. It really made me feel that this is how it would be to live in New York. I hope this new director will continue with the film. I am very excited for his next film.