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Gates to Paradise ()


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In 1212, children from all over Europe lead a crusade to free Jerusalem from Turkish authorities. Nicholas and Stephen use all their might to defeat the enemy.

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The Monk
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Count Ludovic de Vendôme
Pauline Challoner ...
Blanche
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Alexis Melissen
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Maud de Cloyes
John Fordyce ...
Jacob de Cloyes
Denis Gilmore ...
Robert
Kynaston Reeves ...
The Prior
Janez Vrhovec ...
François (as Janez Urhovec)
Dragomir Felba ...
1st Knight
Gojko Kovacevic ...
2nd Knight
Ljubomir Radovic ...
3rd Knight
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Karl Menzel ...
Young man in bath (uncredited)

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Andrzej Wajda

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Jerzy Andrzejewski ... (screenplay) and
Donald Howarth ... (screenplay) (as Donald Kravanth)
 
Jerzy Andrzejewski ... (novella "Bramy Raju")

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Pierre Kalfon ... associate producer
Sam Waynberg ... producer

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Ward Swingle

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Mieczyslaw Jahoda

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Miomir Denic

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Miodrag Miric

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Ewa Starowieyska

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Bozidar Miletic ... camera operator

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A group of children left their homes to follow Jacques de Cloyes (John Fordyce) in his pilgrim to Jerusalem. Jacques is saying that he had heard the Voice of God telling him to go to Jerusalem to find the grave of Jesus. While on their way there, a monk (Lionel Stander) accompany them. Some of the children (girls and boys) makes a confession to the monk, their unrequited love for Jacques, their jealousies. Last one to confess was Jacques himself, a boy so beautiful that girls and boys and even man fell in love with him. In the end, is it really the Voice of God he heard? Written by marfalej

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Also Known As
  • Vrata raja (Yugoslavia, Serbian title)
  • La croisade maudite (France)
  • Die Pforten des Paradieses (West Germany)
  • Bramy raju (Poland)
  • A paradicsom kapui (Hungary)
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