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Name:TBKResources Luther 2003 DVD XviD AVI

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Complete name : Luther.2003.DVDLuther.avi

Format : AVI

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File size : 733 MiB

Duration : 2h 3mn

Overall bit rate : 829 Kbps



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reviews:

Incredible experience,

10/10



Possibly one of the most insightful, fascinating, and profound movies to come out in twenty years, "Luther" follows the turbulent struggle between the Catholic church and the country of Germany in the 1500's, revolving around the greatest religious liberator of the middle ages, Martin Luther. Both historically correct in many respects, as well as a fantastically well-written epic with an excessively well-rounded cast (all of which deserve Oscar nominations), the film has many insightful glimpses into one man's journey toward his greatest triumph... the translation of the scriptures into "common" German. If you have any opportunity to view this big-budget Independent film, take it.



From a purely historical standpoint, the film offers a shocking glimpse into power and politics, as Cardinals attempt to bend and wrestle princes and monarchs to their side. It's a shame, but this film will probably not be recognized at the Oscars due to its strong religious tone. Therefore allow it to be said that the center core of actors all deserve Oscars for their performances, particularly Fiennes, Firth, and Ustinov. It was a pleasure to see Fiennes conform to an astonishingly strong, charismatic man who is not faultless, but instead human. The costuming, visual effects, and writing are all fantastic. The dialogue is unusually rich, spattered with direct quotes from Luther's literary works.



The best thing about "Luther" is the quality of the filmmaking. A lot of money was poured into this production, leaving Christian films like Megiddo and Left Behind in the dust. Not only will this receive greater recognition as a "serious" movie, it will also attract larger audiences due to the quality, budget, massive locations, and cast list. Secular audiences will get an open story of salvation. Christian audiences will have the pleasure of finally having a hero to root for in the cinema, a man who stands up for his faith against all odds.

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Title: Luther
Alt Titles : LuteroArgentina (Mexico), LouthirosGreece (), LuteroBrazil (), LutherFinland (),
Year: 2003
Runtime: 123 mins
User Rating: 6.9
Votes: 4,927
Language: English
Country: Germany
Genre: BiographyDramaHistory
Tagline: Rebel. Genius. Liberator.
Taglines(s):
Rebel. Genius. Liberator.

Director(s):
• Eric Till

Writer(s):
• Camille Thomasson (written by) and
• Bart Gavigan (written by)

Producer(s):
• Dennis A. Clauss producer
• J. Dan Nichols executive producer
• Gabriela Pfändner executive producer
• Marco Valerio Pugini line producer
• Kurt Rittig executive producer
• Brigitte Rochow producer
• Peter Schiller line producer
• Christian P. Stehr producer
• Alexander Thies producer
• Franz Thies producer

Music by:
• Richard Harvey

Trailer (if any): Click here



Plot Outline: Biography of Martin Luther, the 16th-century priest who led the Christian Reformation and opened up new possibilities in exploration of faith. The film begins with his vow to become a monk, and continues through his struggles to reconcile his desire for sanctification with his increasing abhorrence of the corruption and hypocrisy pervading the Church's hierarchy. He is ultimately charged with heresy and must confront the ruling cardinals and princes, urging them to make the Scriptures available to the common believer and lead the Church toward faith through justice and righteousness. Written by scgary66 The movie starts off with Martin Luther trying to escape a severe storm. He promises to become a monk if God lets him live through the storm. He survives and becomes a monk. He goes to Rome to deliver a priest's letters and sees how corrupt Rome has become. He buys an indulgence for his grandfather, Hendrick Luther. He is told, "Hendrick will be released from Purgatory and into the gates of heaven." He realizes that things shouldn't be this way and goes back to Germany to talk to the priest. The priest sends him to Wittenberg to do a doctorate in theology. The priest believes that Martin will be able to "change minds and open eyes" in Wittenberg. Martin often goes to confession and becomes really aggravated with himself. He makes the society to perceive things differently, such as the burial of a suicidal child outside sacred grounds and he preaches in a church and tells everyone how his views toward God have changed. He lectures in his theology class and makes fun of indulgences and the money that the Prince Frederick collects. The Prince's secretary, Spalatin, warns Luther that he should stop embarrassing the Prince because he is the one paying for him at the University. After seeing the effects of the preaching of John Tetzel, Martin Luther comes up with the 95 Theses and nails them onto the door of the church. Bystanders take the theses and use a printing press to turn them into books. This allows everyone to have a copy and his ideas spread faster and easier. Pope Leo X thinks that Martin is a drunken German monk who will change his ideas when he becomes sober. Spalatin tells Luther that he is threatened with excommunication and is summoned to appear in Augsburg by Rome. Aleander prepares Martin and tells him that all he should say in front of Cardinal Cajetan is that he recants but Martin doesn't follow through. Pope Leo X orders Martin's books to be burned and Luther is excommunicated Then, Martin translates the New Testament into German because he believes that the common people need to be able to understand the scriptures. In Worms, Martin is given a hearing and when he is asked if he will recant, he asks for one day to ponder his answer. That night he goes to confession. The next day he refuses to recant. . The Cardinal demands that Martin be delivered to Rome, but Prince Frederick doesn't want that, so he kidnaps Luther and keeps him in Wartburg Castle. When Luther disappears, chaos occurs. The people start to break down the church, and set it on fire. Luther disguises himself as a knight, and goes and stops the people from ruining the church. He finishes translating the New Testament into German and dedicates it to Prince Frederick. He meets a nun named Katharina von Bora and marries her. Pope Leo X dies, 800,000 ducats in debt. The Emperor Charles calls upon all the princes to settle what began at Worms. Luther encourages the princes to speak. He says, "Silence will not save us." All the princes stand up against Charles. Martin was successful. Written by David Henshaw




• Joseph Fiennes as Martin Luther
• Jonathan Firth as Girolamo Aleander
• Alfred Molina as Johann Tetzel
• Claire Cox as Katharina von Bora
• Peter Ustinov as Frederick the Wise (as Sir Peter Ustinov)
• Bruno Ganz as Johann von Staupitz
• Uwe Ochsenknecht as Pope Leo X
• Mathieu Carrière as Cardinal Jacob Cajetan
• Benjamin Sadler as Georg Spalatin
• Jochen Horst as Professor Andreas Karlstadt
• Torben Liebrecht as Emperor Charles V
• Maria Simon as Hanna
• Lars Rudolph as Philip Melanchthon
• Marco Hofschneider as Ulrich
• Christopher Buchholz as Von der Eck
• Timothy Peach as Karl von Miltitz
• Tom Strauss as Georg von Brandenburg
• Gene Reed as Johann von Sachsen
• Anian Zollner as Philip von Hessen
• Johannes Lang as Albrecht Erzbischof von Mainz
• Jeff Boyd as Prior
• Jeff Caster as Matthew
• Hussi Kutlucan as Blacksmith
• Michael Traynor as Hans Luther
• Joost Siedhoff as Old Monk
• Anatole Taubman as Otto
• Lena Krimmel as Theresa
• Doris Prusova as Grete
• Jindrich Fajst as Thomas
• Robert Russell as Totengräber



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