There Be Dragons

There Be Dragons
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Susan

I used to live in Spain in the 70s when Franco was alive. Opus Dei was full of fanatics and pretty scary. You didn't talk about them and you didn't talk about Franco or the Guardia Civil. The music is terrible and overpowering but it does show how awful the Spanish Civil War was.

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Tricia

Some parts of the bio seem overly melodramatic, others feel understated.

In reality, Josemaria Escriva's lifelong work with Opus Dei is quite controversial and has strong detractors as well as supporters.

I'm sure the priest was more multi-dimensional than the consistently ...Read more

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Ismael

A perfect cinema!

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Jorge

horrid

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