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Drama, Adventure
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Brendan Muldowney
Eric Godon as Baron de Merville
Tony Condren as Wolfhead (as Anthony Condren)
Diarmuid de Faoite as The Captain
Jean Law as Celtic woman
Peter Cosgrove as Gaelic Warrior
Stanley Weber as The Cistercian - Brother Geraldus
Tom Holland as The Novice - Brother Diarmuid
Richard Armitage as Raymond De Merville
John Lynch as The Herbalist - Brother Ciaran
Rúaidhrí Conroy as Brother Rua
Hugh O'Conor as Brother Cathal
Jon Bernthal as The Mute
Storyline: Ireland, 1209. An island on the edge of the world. A small group of monks begin a reluctant pilgrimage across an island torn between centuries of tribal warfare and the growing power of Norman invaders. Escorting their monastery's holiest relic to Rome, the monks' progress is seen through the eyes of a pious young novice and a mute lay-brother with a violent past. As the true material, political and religious significance of the bejeweled relic becomes dangerously apparent, their path to the east coast becomes increasingly fraught with danger. The monks belatedly realize that in this wild land of ancient superstitions, the faith that binds them together may ultimately lead to their destruction.
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raw and well told
This is very good. far more realistic than Hollywood might produce. it's interesting, much dogma was born of superstition, identifications that without science, were attributed to whatever godly (natural) forces our people believed in at the time. However, belief is a force unto itself and it does serve to manipulate circumstance. that is in here too. well told
Strong and compelling medieval adventure-drama
In the early 13th century a group of monks are tasked to transport an ancient holy relic from their remote monastery in Ireland to Rome. They have organised assistance along the way in the form of some French soldiers but events do not pan out in a straightforward way.

This Irish adventure-drama is one which manages to capture its period feel while retaining a contemporary edge. The problem with these types of movies is often the characters spout dialogue which is overly dramatic and false feeling, like a bunch of modern actors pretending to be from medieval times. In this case, it didn't feel like this so much, with performances being universally convincing and understated enough to feel considerably more authentic than is usual. The choice of using different languages of the day assisted in this, with Gaelic, French and English (the latter of which being used as a substitute for Latin, which the film-makers decided could not be spoken naturally nowadays so an artistic compromise was to substitute that for English). The gloomy Irish landscape was very evocative and atmospheric and captured very well cinematically, and like other adventure-dramas like the Amazon films of Werner Herzog, the landscape is to all intents and purposes another character too, given its visual potency. There is an excellent low-key atmospheric score underpinning the imagery and events which serves the tension and drama very well also. The story itself is very minimalistic and straightforward with a quest narrative that actively allows for a variety of different events to unfold, which includes a couple of dynamic action scenes – a brutal and intense ambush in a forest and a finale on a beach. The story is clever enough to allow for a religious interpretation while offering up rationale explanations for all events too. In this way, it has a modern feel to it while playing off the mysteries inherent in the religious side of things. Overall, I found this to be a very compelling bit of work, with a great atmospheric setting and interesting characters. And because it is an Irish production, it does have a more authentically Celtic feel to it, which served the material well.
The coolest part has got be Bernthal as the badass mentally unstable antihero!
'PILGRIMAGE': Four and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

An Irish medieval thriller starring Tom Holland (now of 'SPIDER-MAN' fame) and Jon Bernthal (of TV's 'THE PUNISHER' fame, and 'THE WALKING DEAD'). It tells the story of a group of Irish monks (in 1209 Ireland) transporting a holy relic to Rome. When they realize just how important the relic is, their journey becomes much more dangerous. The movie costars Richard Armitage, Stanley Weber, John Lynch and Eric Godon. It was directed by Brendan Muldowney, and it was written by Jamie Hannigan. It's received mostly positive reviews from critics, and it's being released on VOD and at the Box Office (in limited indie theaters) this weekend. I really enjoyed it.

The story is set in 1209 Ireland, a time when tribal wars were extreme and Norman invaders were becoming more dominant. A group of monks are tasked with delivering their holiest relic to Rome. They're lead by a young Novice (Holland), and a mute lay-brother (Bernthal) with a mysterious and violent past. As the monks realize how valuable and significant the relic is (to others as well), their journey becomes much more dangerous (and quite bloody). Disputes between the monks themselves also become a serious problem.

The film is pretty well made, acted and it's quite involving. It's pretty dark, and it's also surprisingly graphically violent! It has some pretty good commentary to deliver on religious beliefs too, and the horrific power many people give them. It also has three good performances from Holland, Bernthal and Armitage. Holland actually reminds me a lot of Frodo in the film, he looks a lot like him and there's even a lot of parallels between the two roles (and the movies even). Armitage is a great villain too, but the coolest part of the film has got be Bernthal as the badass mentally unstable antihero. I had a lot of fun watching him dominate his action scenes. It's an entertaining movie for sure.
Reasonably well-made but boring
First of all, I must say that I primarily enjoy movies for entertainment and elements such as story, script and even acting come second. This movie, although reasonably well-made, falls very short in the entertainment department and I found myself checking the clock many times and wondering when something exciting would happen. After reading another review on here that claimed the gore was gratuitous, well, I wonder if they were watching the same movie because there was very little gore. When I think gore, I think people getting limbs hacked off and blood spurting everywhere. Not much of that going on here so don't watch this movie expecting to see much of that at all. This movie might be worth a watch if you have nothing else to do on a Sunday and can handle watching a movie with very little action.
Nice movie deserves better
A great story to start with.Acting and directing together was the wind under the wings of this movie.But less can be written on characterization.In fact,some of the actors did not to me resemble actual monks and Christians.But in all I can say that it was a nice movie and deserves better.
Mostly boring with some decent gory sword fighting
Irish landscape as the backdrop makes for pretty cinematography. Some decent gory sword fighting. But the story is basically about a group of monks literally transporting a rock stored in a golden chest because the faithful believe it contains divine powers. So the Pope in Rome is interested in looking at it. They are transporting this chest on a horse carriage as though it was the Ark of the Covenant. Halfway through their journey, the monks receive protection from French knights. The rest is predictable. If the monks are under the protection of French Knights, then obviously there are others interested in the rock. Add some betrayal along the way and more sword fighting and that's basically the film. Over a rock smh. Unfortunately, the sword fighting scenes are few, so the film is a snore-fest. Basically, the film is about the blind loyalty these monks have to the church and their faith despite a country full of pagans doubters. meh. definitely not in the same realm of storytelling as the Game of Thrones.
Tougher to sit through than a week on Lough Derg
I must have watched a completely different film with an identical cast and title to the majority of reviewers, harder to sit through than a full Latin mass and sinks as quickly as a monk clutching a man bag containing a large rock. No amount of candles lit can save this turkey form a roasting
Its not a Christian movie - deal with it.
Its NOT a "Passion of the Christ", because its not a religious film about bunch of fictional people, its historical film about bunch of fictional people and a piece of iron/magnetic ore, what they presumed as relic, because lightening several times strike in it. And film about real things not a fictional one. This film perfectly tell us how many people can die for literally nothing. And many Christian's gonna see this and - yes - obviously hate this, because its truth. But, its really need to be hated? Or you just go and watch something like fairytale about young Christ, what Anne Rice kindly wrote for you? They even do a movie from it!
Ancient Ireland: a fierce land of pagan superstition, ardent Christians, and invaders...
The ancient times of Ireland are fascinating, yet rarely represented in cinema. This film offers a glimpse of the burgeoning Christian faith, ancient and mysterious pagan traditions, and military upheaval. These forces characterise Ireland in the 1200s. There are clashes between belief systems and brutal military forces. The film portrays devout faith and a closeness to nature. The hills and valleys are beautiful, and often depicted in a suitably harsh and forbidding manner, while the plot and characters are nicely layered with good action-packed twists and turns.

I recommend this film to anyone with an interest in Ireland, ancient times, or religion.
Great Movie
This movie kept me intrigued throughout without a lot of dialogue or action. The several messages inside are amazing and I must give props to the writers. On such a small budget this is easily one of the best movies I've ever seen. Beautiful music that's subtle enough to not take away from any scene. The ambiguous messages can be applied to so many situations and people to allow a wide variety of wisdom. Jon Bernthal's portrayal of The Mute is incredible seeing as I have yet to see him in any other role than Action Star, with only one word of dialogue his character is incredibly acted out. Tom Holland for being as young as he is creating such an intriguing character with moral dilemmas that grew, pulling this off at such a young age is incredible. I highly recommend this movie.
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