August 1936, the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. 51 members of the Claretian community of Barbastro (Huesca) are martyred, die for their faith. The film recounts the last weeks of his ...
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August 1936, the beginning of the Spanish Civil War. 51 members of the Claretian community of Barbastro (Huesca) are martyred, die for their faith. The film recounts the last weeks of his life, since they are held until they are finally shot. During that time, they perform various writings they talk about their situation, of his fellow captives, people who saw them. These writings have been the basic testimony used to narrate this real fact in film version Written by
'Un Dios Prohibido' is a historical film with bill of telefilm that stretches for more than two hours in which virtually nothing happens. Sluggish, slow, fails to arouse the viewer's interest through the characters or stories that could be established between them, always based on the most embarrassing clichés (the militia who falls for a priest and the latter rejects because "married with God, "the sadistic militia, the most comprehensive ... while all and each of the religious seem to be touched by the gift of absolute virtue ...). There is no depth in the reflections, no edges, just a barren plain filled with empty religious rhetoric that seems to permeate the viewer that in principle be willing to go with this story burdened by Manichaeism and, above all, by the null cinematic charisma.
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