Agnus Dei (2012)

Agnus Dei (2012)

Peter deserta del ejército huyendo con Maria.

20211 h 45 min

Un joven, Peter, vive una vida desesperada con su madre María y su marido Stojan en un pueblo serbio. Peter nació en Kosovo de un amor prohibido entre María y Dini, un albanés. Peter se ve obligado a ir a la guerra de Kosovo. En una acción, mata a su padre Dini, a quien nunca tuvo la oportunidad de conocer. Peter deserta del ejército huyendo con Maria.Largometraje Ficcion. Idioma albanés con subtítulos en Español. 2,50€

Director Agim Sopi
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Release Date 2021
Movie Format SD
Movie Subtitles English
Movie Media VoD
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Masterpiece

2 thoughts on “Agnus Dei (2012)

  1. Ed Topi

    Apsolutely great film!…
    Ed Topi

  2. Bill Nelson

    Agnus Dei is a Shakespearean tragedy. Compelling and at the end devastating. Forbidden love, forbidden life, forbidden dreams. Having lived in a war zone where loving the wrong person could mark one for death, this film had greater impact. Still, my foray seems pale against what these warring neighbors endure. Hate has to be taught and the Serbs and Albanians learned that lesson too well. This dark film illuminates this superbly.
    The Biblical names of Peter and Mary become haunting–as were the performances. Cinematography and lighting conveyed the dark realm and futility of war. The shot of Mom and sister reflected in the window at the end was inspired and chilling. The only scene I found off was the Mom/deserter scene when the camera went back and forth. I totally understand the intent, but I thought it was just too much. To me, that was the only flaw. This is what film-making is about. When I see Foreign Films nominated for an Oscar, this one should be on the list.
    Bill Nelson, North Carolina Film Review

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