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The V: Sacrifice of the Constellations

V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011) Movie Poster
Netherlands  •    •  144m  •  Directed by: Vighnesh Maharaj Peters.  •  Starring: Steven Bakker, Vighnesh Maharaj Peters, Debbie Dekkers, Joan Uyttenhove, Simon Vinkenoog, Dick Dekker, Cornelis J.M. Peters, Bill Bodewes, Irene Pool, V.P. Mohana Kumari.  •  Music by: Vighnesh Maharaj Peters.
For millions of years, the Guardians have observed the earth. When they discover that Humanity is breaking the sacred laws of nature which keep the universe in balance, they decide to send Arbhaddon, an incredible force of nature, to destroy the earth. The only one who can stop him is "V" (a star child), who grew up as an ordinary mortal on earth.

Trailers:

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 2:05
 
 

Review:

Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
Image from: V: Sacrifice of the Constellations, The (2011)
As someone working in the American film industry I would like to say how impressed I am of this creation. Considering the budget and tools that it was made with.

The way of storytelling as well as the message given is truly inspiring.

I can really go into details but I shall try to keep it short. From the first second you view this movie you are carried into another world. Visually there are so many things that's so inspiring, like the classical royal Indian costumes the mythological characters wear , the settings, the special effects, the whole movie has a pleasing magical look to it. Equally interesting is the sci-fi western characters who rely on their technology to explore these mythological worlds around them.

I really enjoyed the performance of the characters, they portray the characters nicely. The drama and the seriousness of the situation can rally be sensed throughout the movie. Also the humor at times are nice as a tension relief.

Beside the visuals the audible side of the movie is as intriguing, the music composed by the filmmaker Vighnesh Peters is really wonderful, it really completes the movie. It is mystical and unique at the same time. I have wrote a separate review about it on Amazon search for 'The V: Sacrifice of the Constellations (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)'.

The good morals and the wonderful important message that this movie is giving us seem to be lost and unrecognized in our current society. A pity because this is exactly what the younger generation require in these hard times. I really recommend this movie. At last only you can decode the true message of this movie


Review by mstr009 from the Internet Movie Database.

 

Featurettes:

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 1:38