Fierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action

Fierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action

Captures the exciting movement of Spiritual Activism that is exploding around the planet, and the powerful personalities who are igniting it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:activism,  

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Charlie D (es) wrote: Ok yes I know this movie is horrible but it was one of the last movies with Paul walker in it! At least show some empathy for him and it wasn't all that bad with its awesome parkour which made this a fun movie to watch.

Bengel W (kr) wrote: A harsh look at the panic that occurs when a country faces death on a grand scale gives this film a brutal edge that is really seen. Cinematography is of the highest standard giving a brash edge to the lighting and CGI allowing a visual that is worthy of watching. Actors give an admirable characterization for a believable and realistic look at the dark side of humanity. Nibbles: Haggis.

7r0i R (mx) wrote: It's cheap, it' smissing most of the soul of the original story, but it IS Clive Barker so it is good!

Chris B (nl) wrote: Pretty much the best thing that has ever been created after the original masterpiece.

Arseniy V (ru) wrote: This film possesses a very rare sort of intelligence. One which gives it the power to create deeply touching moments and those of extreme tension (sometimes with the aid of fairly self-aware keep-em-guessing type of trickery) yet, all the while, the film never put its soul in jeopardy, never loses its grasp of life's harsh, beautiful greys. And then, of course, there are the numerous moments of full-on brilliance sprinkled throughout the piece. The "real Swedish raspberries" on top.

Brian K (jp) wrote: Certainly one of Luis Bunuel's most accessible works, made all the more fantastic by Catherine Deneuve's sultry performance.

Jer m (ru) wrote: I think the male lead reminded me so much of myself that I ended up enjoying this a lot.

Andy B (es) wrote: Not as funny as I hoped.