It was widely reported by the press that the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (owner of the Record TV network, the film's production company) was inflating box-office sales by buying up tickets itself. The Folha de S. Paulo newspaper sent reporters to movie theatres during the film's opening weekend and noticed the screening rooms weren't full, despite the blockbuster ticket sales. The same scheme was allegedly done before with Os Dez Mandamentos: O Filme back in 2016, also a Record film. See more »
A thief who uses religion as a weapon to steal from the poor now tries to look good by paying for a movie about himself
The film is not very well produced. it is in the level of the many brazillian Novelas that are mass produced to air every day for months.
The story is clearly fake, with hints at supernatural events and the attempt to make the one who paid for it a good person; It hides the facts regarding the way he got rich, by taking people's homes, salary and goods by making promises of riches and blessings.
An imoral movie about an imoral person trying to wash away the well documented facts about his rise to power.
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