Pilgrimage: Brussels Showing Q & A

Original is here Thanks to @JulieKaksharova, who found it.

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3 thoughts on “Pilgrimage: Brussels Showing Q & A

  1. I’m sad to report I did not like the film. Yes, the cinematography was stunning and the cast did justice to their characters. However, for me, the filmmakers lost an opportunity to explore the supernatural/mystic implications of carrying a sacred relic around. Instead, it shifted tone to focus on the graphic violence that characterized the period, thus wasting the opportunity to give those talented actors a strong dramatic arc to show how the pilgrimage itself would impact them as human beings. For me, the characters came across as two-dimensional and stereotypical. This, of course, is not the fault of the actors themselves. Clearly, the director’s vision was not what I expected. The last scene left me particularly frustrated. Endings such as that one have always struck me as lazy writing.

    Still, Richard dressed in armor…YUM! 😉

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