October 12, 2011. (Romereports.com)
The movie “There Be Dragons” about the founder of Opus Dei, Josemaría
Escrivá is on it's way to Latin America. The film will be premiered in
all Latin American countries around November 25. The premier will be
featuring some new music and in a shorter format from the original
The film is a story about the Spanish Civil War and the effects it had on Josemaria Escrivá. Decades later a journalist investigates Josemaria and finds that his own father was previously friends with the Opus Dei founder.
The film based on true events, stars the young actors Charlie Cox from “Stardust” and “Casanova,” Wes Bentley from “American Beauty,” and Olga Kurylenko from the James Bond movie “Quantum of Solace.”