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(201) 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...

Santiago Achaga, Agustin Amoedo, Gastón Pauls, Alexia Moyano
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 Santiago Achaga, Agustin Amoedo, Gastón Pauls, Alexia Moyano
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

Monday, 31 Aug 2020 13:30

I'm surprised that this movie wasn't in the theaters in the United States. As a former resident of the Solomon Islands, it is amazing to see how far a culture has come in just 100 years. The language is easy to understand and many of the stories are very inspiring. It is difficult to understand some of the stories but it is much easier to understand the story of Solomon Islands. It is a fascinating story of a world where people were trying to survive in the face of starvation and conflict. Many people were fleeing to Australia and the United States and other parts of the world. They were not only trying to survive but also trying to survive in a completely different culture than they had known. The movie was made in the 80's. The atmosphere of the movie is very realistic. The movie has been filmed in two different locations. The majority of the filming was done in the Solomon Islands. The locations are beautiful and the scenes are well made. The movie is very informative and entertaining. It is a good story about how the people in the Solomon Islands made a transition from the traditional way of life to the modern way of life. They have many similarities to the United States and Australia. They are not like American people and they are not like Australian people. There is no place in the world where people have been so successful at making a transition from traditional culture to modern culture. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the history of the Solomon Islands.
Monday, 24 Aug 2020 21:48

A rare find, I think. I first heard about the film a few months ago, as the title "A Man in a Country" was listed in the credits of a Japanese DVD I had bought. The title intrigued me, and I finally went out to watch the film. I was hooked. I was impressed with the depth and honesty of the film. The film tells the story of a farmer who fights against the greed of the Japanese in a way that we, as Americans, would find insulting. We are told that the farmers, however, are still very much in debt to the Japanese and the Japanese are not interested in saving the farmers. They plan to expand their rice plantations into a far more profitable market. As the film progresses, the farmer, who goes by the name of "Soya" and is played by Aaron Eckhart, becomes convinced that the Japanese are not only a threat to the farmers, but to the Japanese people as well. The farmer's daughter, played by Honey, who is played by Annette Benning, also becomes a determined voice of reason and reassures the farmer that he is making the right choice. This film is a must see for anyone who has ever lived in a country that did not support the farmer. It shows the reality that many people in the United States thought that they had bought into as if it were a fact. This film shows us what is really behind our economic troubles. I truly believe that there is no way for the Japanese to ever repay the Americans for the damage they did to their economy. I would never make any money from the movie, but I hope that it will bring more people to see the film. I think it is an outstanding documentary that should be seen by as many people as possible.

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