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Lucifer, God's Most Beautiful Angel (1991)

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Lucifer, God's most beautiful angel. Lucifer was the prince of angels, the bearer of light. He placed his own beauty and perfection above his love for God. This sin of pride caused his fall... See full summary »

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Lucifer, God's most beautiful angel. Lucifer was the prince of angels, the bearer of light. He placed his own beauty and perfection above his love for God. This sin of pride caused his fall to the darkest domain where, known as Satan, he struggles as God's rival. This film poetically explores the Lucifer tale as manifested in man's realm. Written by SGW <hershey@tiac.net>

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Stunning short
23 November 2009 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Made up entirely of authentic footage of various A-bomb tests from the U.S. Department of Defense, this five minute short offers a wealth of startling visuals that somehow manage to be quietly chilling and eerily beautiful at the same time. The shots of mushroom clouds billowing forth into the sky are shown in double negative, slow motion, and even in reverse; these striking stylistic flourishes in turn give the gripping imagery a certain oddly alluring and hypnotic quality. Phil Pelletier's spare, moody, shivery score further adds to this film's considerable arrestingly off-center impact. Yes, there's beauty to be found in destruction, as this short irrefutably confirms with remarkable conviction and persuasiveness on the strength of its incredible array of strangely lovely and haunting images alone. Well worth a look.


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