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Nameja gredzens

Nameja gredzens is a movie starring Edvin Endre, James Bloor, and Dainis Grube. On his deathbed, the reigning king bestows power to an unexpected heir who must find strength within himself to unite his people against the violent...

Other Titles
El anillo del rey, The Pagan King, The Battle of Death, Il re vichingo, バルト・キングダム, The Pagan King: The Battle of Death, The King's Ring - Die Letzte Schlacht, Pagoniu ziedas
Running Time
1 hours 54 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Action, War, History
Aigars Grauba
Max Kinnings, Aigars Grauba
Dainis Grube, Edvin Endre, James Bloor, Gints Andzans
Latvia, UK
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

On his deathbed, the reigning king bestows power to an unexpected heir who must find strength within himself to unite his people against the violent crusades which threaten their freedom.

Comments about drama «Nameja gredzens» (14)

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Virginia Jensen

I remember first seeing this film on the big screen at a local art house theater in the early '70s. I was just a few years older than the men who played the lead roles, but I still found it to be riveting and compelling. When I got the chance to see it again in a movie theater in the mid '80s, I found that it had lost none of its power and resonance. While it wasn't as good as it once was, I still found it to be excellent. I've been revisiting this film many times over the last 20 years, and I'm still very impressed with the quality of the film and the way it is brought to life on the big screen. The story of "The Iron Fox" is one of the best ever told in any film, and as a result, "The Iron Fox" has a certain magical quality that makes it more engaging. The performances in the film are very good, but the real story here is the visual quality of the film. It's the way the film is presented on the big screen that makes it so engaging. There are many excellent shots that add to the grandeur and grandeur of the film, especially in the climactic battle at the end. I don't want to give away the plot of this film, but I will say that it has something to do with a German soldier who arrives in Belgium to try to stop the invading Germans. The Germans want the same kind of soldier from the other side, so the soldier must come to Belgium to take the battle to the Germans. This film has a very strong sense of history and a strong sense of realism that it is not easy to find in many movies today. I think this is a great film for anyone who has a love of film and a love of war, for anyone who loves a film that tells a compelling story, and for anyone who is just looking for an interesting film to watch. I give this film an 8 out of 10. See it again!

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Patricia T.

At last, an example of a WWII film that deserves recognition for its cinematography and its subject matter. I have always loved the combination of a WW2 war epic and the story of a boy learning of his brother's fate. I also like the fact that there is a boy and his father who look and behave like brothers. I also like the story and the artistic atmosphere. It is not an action movie like some would lead you to believe but more of a drama that will keep you on your seat. It is good to see a film that has an artistic style and that offers you more than a WWII war epic. It is also good to see a film that is a character driven and a good history lesson. It is well worth watching. I will be on the lookout for the next films from this group.

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Jonathan Burns

The movie deals with the time of Russian Empire, when tsar had not signed the Treaty of Nikita with Poland. The tsar's war with Poland with a lot of bloodshed. "Chernov" (Bernd Heinrich) was a Polish mercenary of tsar who was fleeing from Polish king Janisz to Britain. But after crossing the ocean, he met with a Chinese man in the sea. Together they join hands to fight the Tsar's army and they are successful in their goal to bring down the great empire. "Chernov" tells the story of a Russian mercenary named Lukin in his mission to bring down the Tsar. "Chernov" was made by one of the greatest German directors ever, Eduard Khitrokhin. The story is very good. The plot is very deep. The script is very good and exciting. The direction is very good. The action is very good. The fight scenes are very good and exciting. The actors perform their roles well. In the end, "Chernov" is a great movie. 9/10

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The film is a great historical drama about the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union. It tells the story of the brave resistance fighters who stand up to the Red Army and defend their homeland. It was a great film and highly recommended for those who have not seen the movie.

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Jeffrey C.

This is a great film, almost as good as "The Deer Hunter". I think that they nailed the tone of the film perfectly. I don't think it is a major flaw in the film, though. It really adds to the realism of the film. It really puts a human element to it. It has a real feel to it. I think that a lot of people would get it, and could get the message of the film, but then there are a lot of people who just have trouble with it. It is a lot of work for them to get to the point that they want to get to. The way it does it is by talking about what is important. It's not about how to get there. It's how to live, and how to die. I think that the film is a lot of fun to watch, and it has a lot of action. It has an amazing soundtrack to it. I don't think that there is any part of the film that is not really excellent, but that is due to it being a lot of work. It is an amazing film, and deserves to be praised for it. If you love a good war film, this is the film for you. 9/10

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Just saw it and it was excellent. The movie is mostly about one man's (Walter Matthau) efforts to free his comrades from a Nazi concentration camp in occupied Poland. They are betrayed by the man who is supposed to be the Nazi and they are captured by the Soviets and are held prisoner. They don't know who their captors are or where they are, as they are shot on sight. When the war is over, they are conscripted into the Russian army. Walter and the rest of the group find that they have been lied to and they have been lied to. They now have to find out who the man who was supposed to be the Nazi and save their friends. They have to fight the Russians for it. I found it entertaining, not a lot of violence but intense moments. It's an interesting historical account that is an important part of history and should be told. A little long at the end, but great movie.

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Andrea P.

Polish movie The Red and the Black was totally overlooked by the Academy. Why? Well, it's one of the most visually stunning movies ever made. The sets and costumes are just as spectacular as all the films we've seen in the past decade, and the actors play their parts accordingly. By the end of the film you're just as confused as the people around you are, which makes it all the more exciting. The Red and the Black is a classic example of a film that is all about the story, and how it gets told, and not about the special effects. I recommend this film to anyone who loves historical epics, even if you don't like the genre. Some of the scenes are just too beautiful to watch, and you will definitely see some symbolism in this film. This movie was shot entirely in Polish, so it's the most realistic ever filmed. Although the story isn't original, it is unique, and is worth seeing. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a true masterpiece, or a classic film.

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Kathryn Vasquez

This movie is a most brilliant one! It's very true to life and the great point of the movie is that the government officials never said it was a propaganda film but the people really believed in it. As well as the soldiers, they were so brutal and real in their discipline. One guy was not a good fighter, the other was so cruel. In that sense it is an excellent movie! All the actors did a very good job and in the end this movie deserves more than 10. As well as the movie is very nice to watch, the scene where they are about to drop the bomb on the factory in the end was really moving.

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Johnny G.

This is one of those films that stays with you. The setting is the World War I period, the history of which is barely mentioned. The struggle between the Germans and the Austrians is most strongly displayed. This is the third best film from German director Werner Herzog, after "The Passion of the Christ" and "The Wild Geese". This is a very moving film, with a powerful message about freedom, nationalism, freedom of speech, the freedom to choose one's own religion and the principles of humanity. The cast is outstanding. The leading role of Stefan Konig is absolutely terrific, particularly in his passionate speech about the spirit of war. The major role is given to Frau Ursula, but her performance is too brief. The best actor in the film is the always brilliant Paul Philipp, who gives a brilliant performance as the Austrian Lt. Robert Muller. He is exceptional. The second best performance is given to Lutz Muller, who is good in his role as a Nazi fanatic. The third best performance is given to Sigrid Kruse, who is also excellent. A really very impressive movie, one that is truly good.

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Bobby Patel

Being an avid movie goer and having watched hundreds of movies over the years, I must say that I have no idea how this movie did not win an award. I think its one of the best movies I have ever seen and would recommend it to anyone.

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Stephen Carr

It has been ages since I have watched this film. I did find it quite difficult to see a film made so long ago. Even though I now understand the meaning of the film and have not been influenced by the Holocaust, this film remains to me an interesting reminder of the atrocities of the Holocaust. When I first watched this film I found myself in tears of sadness and disbelief at the atrocities committed by the Nazis in Poland. I remember clearly the images of the "pink triangle" which showed innocent girls tortured and murdered by the Nazis. As time passed I found myself more and more moved by this film. I believe the film is not meant to be a tragic film but rather to evoke the horror of the holocaust. The strength of the film lies in its realism. It is very well made and is very well shot. I also found the music very effective. It was a pleasure to listen to and felt very appropriate in the situation the film presents. The only thing that I found very unsatisfying was that the film was too long. At times I felt the film dragged on. It did not reach its conclusion until much later in the film. However, this was a small complaint and I do believe that this is one of the best films I have ever seen. I strongly recommend this film to everyone. This film has changed my life. I will definitely be watching this film again.

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The first time I saw this movie, I was amazed. I went back and watched it again. It really made me think about it, and my opinion of this movie changed. I know I must give it a 10 because it is very highly recommended to me. I mean, it's about as good as it gets. It really does a great job in portraying the atrocities that had happened to the Jews in Poland, especially in the camps, and how people fought for the "freedom" of Poland. All of the cast was superb, I really liked all of the characters. It was well casted, and they all played their parts to perfection. It really made me think, and I could easily understand why the prisoners were fighting for the freedom of Poland. It made me want to go back and see the movie again and again. I would highly recommend this movie. 10/10

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Jose M.

Saw this film at Cannes 2013 with many people I know that loved it. My friend has never seen it and I could not resist watching it. As a German citizen who watched this film, I was interested to see how it would be to live under a Nazi dictatorship. I have been to the WWII museum and in the first hour, I was like "Yes, I understand what you are talking about", and it was interesting to see how the Nazis looked like. I also felt a little remorse for the Poles living in Russia. And I was not sure how that would affect my brother when he visits me after the war. Overall, I found the film very interesting. The acting is very good and there are moments when you actually feel a connection with the characters. In the end, the film is about history and the lessons that are needed to be learned. If you can get a chance to see it, I highly recommend it.

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When I first heard about this movie I thought it was just another war movie with no great moral message. Well, I am a very intellectual person, and I know that a movie must be politically correct in order to be understood by a mainstream audience. It seems that "Kiss of Death" does a good job of making it seem that the German soldiers actually really were just trying to save their friends. This movie also succeeds in making the Germans seem a bit more human than in other war movies. I am not a German, but I think the movie does a great job of depicting the difference between Nazi Germany and Nazi Germany today. I really liked how the movie focused on the German soldier's attitude towards the English, and their "sympathetic" treatment of the German soldiers. The movie also gets some interesting points on why the Nazis were trying to save their friends, instead of just killing them. And finally, the movie shows the hypocrisy and evil of the Nazi regime, so that it is actually pretty shocking. This is probably one of the most serious movies about World War II I have ever seen. My rating is a 9, because it was a bit slow in some parts, but that is not the point.