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Guadalupe

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Product Description

The story of the 16th century native Mexican, St. Juan Diego, and his encounters with the Virgin of Guadalupe is interwoven with the present-day story of Spanish archaeologist Jose Maria, a neglectful husband and father who travels to Mexico with his sister Mercedes to investigate newly discovered information on the Virgin. As their stories unfold, Our Lady of Guadalupe reveals herself to each of the characters, guiding them toward the happiness and serenity they seek. Guadalupe is an epic film that inspires, informs, and entertains - and one that should be seen by everyone!

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It puts the discovery of the numerous unknown aspects of Holy Mary of Guadalupe within reach of the public. --Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera, Archbishop of Mexico City

A homage to Mexican culture, faith, and people. --Houston Chronicle

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Product Details

  • Actors: Jose Carlos Ruiz
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Spanish
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: XENON
  • DVD Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000XFVINK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,671 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This movie is amazing. Very well done. It has a parallel story of the Guadalupe miracle and a modern day drama. The drama is about a family searching for archeological evidence about the miracle out of professional curiosity, for the brother and his sister are both archeologist from Spain; at the same time a drama unfolds their deepest childhood wounds which have turned this character into a cold husband and father. In a parallel manner, an ancient writer tells the miracle of Guadalupe allowing you to see it unfold your very eyes. The actress that plays Guadalupe is very young reminding the believer that she was only 16 when she had Jesus.
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Anyone drawn to this film by its promise to reveal the many mysteries of the image left on Juan Diego's tilma is likely to be disappointed because the movie's emphasis falls far more heavily on the unification of the factitious family portrayed in the film than it does on the marvels that happened and continue to happen in relation to the apparition of Our Lady in Mexico in 1510. The idea of submerging the documentary element in a modern day story strikes me as a good one; but, sadly, the story overpowers the documentary to the extent that, at best, the movie seems to me capably of touching only the choir.

A more discerning audience would, I suspect, appreciate knowing more about its suggestion that the apparition at Guadalupe was predicted some 1500 years before it happened. Likewise, the film fails to note that the stars as they appear on Our Lady's mantle are presented as they would appear to someone looking down from above them rather than from the earth to the sky above. Neither does it explain its reference to the "photographic" aspect of Our Lady's eyes--nor the significance of the flowers depicted on her tunic....

In sum, it appears to me that the film makers had much less knowledge of the Guadalupe event than they purport to have and that, like the various copies shown of the real image in the film (all of which are inaccurate), their achievement is a pious expression of faith that is sadly in need of discipline.
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This is a Great Family movie that will most definitely get the attention of the following:
The sceptic individual, and history driven intelectuals
The ones who may have lost a sence of traditional family events which support one's identity.
The rest of us who find our daily lives kind of disorganized by many pressures.

Yes, Guadalupe brings together History, Tradition, Scientific proof, and a lof of Faith. It brings the spirit of the MIRACLE into our daily life.
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I watched this movie twice as I was concerned I didn't catch all the nuances. I need to watch it again as there is so much packed into this wonderful story. Four stories at once are told simultaneously as they weave in and out of the original saga of the 1531 miracle of the virgin maiden appearing to Juan Diego. The man who plays Juan Diego is an excellent actor and a dopleganger for Juanito. Mary herself if played by a sweet spirited and charming young girl as we would expect of Mother Mary. Remarkably both Juan Diego and Maria speak Nahuatl as they should and this is very perceptive of the movie producers to include this element.

The movie also ties in all the remarkable, miraculous, and scientific elements into the story line. The miniature portraits of the people in the room as seen during the manifestation of the apparition are there in her eyes, the preservation of the tilma for nearly 500 years, the production of an image on an agave cloth that is more akin to a photograph and uses no pigment, and on and on.

I am an anthropologist/archaeologist that has been studying the Tilma extensively and this film is startingly accurate. It also provides an understanding to those who are not Mexican of how the Mexican culture developed and what role Guadalupe plays in this ethnogenesis.

It also makes a wonderful statement regarding the role of faith and family. All in all a wonderful cinema. Good job. You'll enjoy it.
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A great film for all to see. Provides an accurate look at one of the most reveared images and her impact on the Mexican people. If you do not understand the language, subtitles are available. Recommend watching twice, once with the sub-titles so you know what's going on, and once without, so you can enjoy the beauty of the movie.
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It gives a nice overview of how Guadalupe came to be, but is rather sparse on detail there. The parallel story line of contemporary relationships somewhat interweaves this first narrative, telling about some Spanish/International scholars doing some sort of research at or about Guadalupe, and having some typical modern relationship problems. It's probably all very clear to the cineast aficionado expert, but to one raised on action films and slapstick, it's just a way for the director to show how artsy he can be when he wants to. Nice to watch, though, and does not sneer at catholic tradition, like so many works of the Hollywood mainstream feel compelled to do...
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The traditional story of Juan Diego's visions of the Virgin of Guadalupe is interwoven with a modern day story involving a Spanish brother and sister who travel to Mexico for the Fiestas Guadalupanas. The two stories are not very well integrated and it is not easy to figure out how the Spanish pair (and the brother's spouse) relate to the Guadalupe history. Much of the part of the film shot in Mexico is shots of iconic events like the palo volador, Guadalupana processions, and Xochimilco.
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