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(200) 4.6 120 min 2019

Palau the Movie is a movie starring Gastón Pauls, Alexia Moyano, and Santiago Achaga. A story of relentless grit, motivational strength and humbling triumph, PALAU is a film many will relate to. As a young man, a passion and vision...

Alexia Moyano, Santiago Achaga, Agustin Amoedo, Gastón Pauls
Biography, Drama
Kevin Knoblock

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama
Director Kevin Knoblock
Writer Kevin Knoblock
Stars Alexia Moyano, Santiago Achaga, Agustin Amoedo, Gastón Pauls
Country USA
Also Known As Palau: la película, Palau La Película, Palau, Palau, la película
Runtime 2H
Description A story of relentless grit, motivational strength and humbling triumph, PALAU is a film many will relate to. As a young man, a passion and vision to proclaim the Good News of Jesus to all the nations was planted deep in Luis Palau's heart. Amidst both seemingly insurmountable struggles and remarkable miracles, Luis never lost sight of his calling. His extraordinary story will bring hope to the masses and encourage all that God has greatness in store for them.

Top reviews

Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 19:58

For a while, I was reluctant to watch a documentary about Papua New Guinea's last emperor, Emperor Tupa. I thought that he would be a boring and boring man who would give us some insight into the mind of the man behind the mask. But I was wrong. This movie, instead of being boring and boring, is an enlightening and inspirational movie about a true inspiration, Emperor Tupa, and what it was like to be an emperor. Tupa, was a king in his time, but his reign was short lived. He was killed by his own army after he tried to take power from his father Emperor Tojano. The rest of the movie is about the reign of the last emperor, Emperor Inger. The story of this emperor, is very interesting. Inger was known for his love of learning and his love for his people. His love for learning, brought him to a new level. Inger was known to be one of the greatest warriors of his time, but was also known for his love of love. When he was in love with his daughter Ingar, he also became a lover. He was known to have great skills in martial arts and was considered to be the greatest fighter of his time. Tupa, the ruler of the time, became a king who had great skill in martial arts. But in the end, he died and the people were not able to handle the loss of their emperor. Tupa was known to have a love of learning and was known to be the greatest king of his time. His life was full of happiness and love, but was also full of suffering. I think this movie is a must see for anyone who wants to learn more about the real life of a real emperor. I also recommend this movie to people who want to learn more about the history of the world and how the world has changed over the past few hundred years.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 17:56

I saw the movie last night and was impressed. The cast was excellent, the story was moving and real, and the fact that it was told from the point of view of the people that were the victims of the Tsunami, rather than just telling the story from the Tsunami victims, was very moving. The only thing that really bugged me was that the filmmakers, in the hope of getting a documentary style film out of the story, decided to cut out about 3/4 of the documentary style footage, which is what made the film very special to me. They should have stayed with the documentary style footage and maybe given a little more background on the families of the victims. The one that bothered me the most was when the father of one of the victims, who was in charge of the rescue effort, was speaking to the TV news, in which he was speaking about how the families were so happy that he had saved them from the Tsunami. This man, who had been a part of the rescue effort, who had been a part of the families that were trapped in their houses, should have been on the ground, not the TV news. The second biggest thing that bothered me was that the film was a bit choppy, as the editing was very uneven. I was able to follow some of the cuts very well, but there were some where the editing was off, as if the director had rushed through the editing. This is especially noticeable in the scene where the parents of one of the victims are discussing the "whole family" and the camera cuts to the father talking about "the whole family" and it's so badly edited that it's hard to follow. Overall, the film was very moving and well worth seeing.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 07:05

The first thing that strikes me about this movie is how small and plain it is. The cast is obviously the least important thing in this film, the story of a family in Thailand at the end of the seventies is the main focus. And that's really good for this film, it shows the beauty and simplicity of the village life and how people can live in such a way that they are comfortable with their lives. But there is also a dark side of this village. The film is shot in black and white, and it's the same in the story telling. The only difference is that this time the village life is not quiet and peaceful. People speak a lot and the movie tries to tell you the truth about this village and the people living in it. A lot of this story is told through flashbacks, but sometimes they are really good and sometimes they are really bad. The flashbacks are the heart of the film and you are not surprised that the time has come to talk about the bad memories. Sometimes, you think that these flashbacks are a waste of time, but sometimes they are great. But that is a very short story and it's something that needs to be told in full. The actors all perform really well and the film is definitely very watchable. The most important thing in this film is to be at the right place in time and place. The story is told in a very different way than most movies of the same genre. It's not very simple and it's not easy to understand, but this movie is a good reminder of how to tell a good story and to tell it in a good way.

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