فيلم 33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry

33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry

33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry is a movie starring Johnny Royal, Robert Doan, and Tom Driber. An unprecedented journey into the world of Freemasonry.

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Johnny Royal
Writer
Johnny Royal
Actors
Johnny Royal, Robert Doan, Ernest Chapman, Tom Driber
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An unprecedented journey into the world of Freemasonry.

Comments about documentary «33 & Beyond: The Royal Art of Freemasonry» (13)

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Joan B.

I don't want to sound like I am not aware of the contents of this film but I was thoroughly fascinated by it. It really is a very fascinating documentary. The movie does not go in depth with the various historical characters and instead focuses on the key moments in Masonic history and how the early lodge was formed. The key moments are interesting because they reflect the early workings of the lodge and the way Freemasons came to understand what it was about. The documentary starts off by highlighting the founders of Freemasonry and the key moments that shaped their development. We then learn about the early lodge and the members of the lodge who were involved in the founding of the lodge. The documentary then focuses on the key Masonic symbols and how they were designed. We also learn about the various lodges that Freemasons worked in during the early days and how they came to know the different symbols. It is amazing to see the movie that these people and these symbols were designed and realized by the Freemasons and not by the ancient Greeks. This is a really fascinating movie that will keep you interested for the entire 2 hours.

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Peter Brewer

I liked this documentary a lot. For one, it's pretty entertaining. For another, it's easy to see why this documentary was made. The documentary is narrated by the creator of this documentary, who is pretty impressive, so you won't be bored watching it. It has great cinematography, music, and a good pace. For the people who have no knowledge of the history of Freemasonry, I suggest that you watch this documentary. It's informative and fun. If you are into documentaries and are interested in the history of Freemasonry, I recommend that you watch this. You will get a lot of value out of it. Also, if you are into making documentaries, I recommend that you watch this. It's pretty easy to make a good documentary.

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Rose Williams

This documentary was very well done. It is very well paced and it doesn't bore you. You know exactly what you're getting yourself into from the start. It's not a plot driven documentary but it does have a few segments that are centered around the movie in question. Some of them are very informative and insightful. However, there are a few segments that aren't as great as they could have been. I understand that there are many different opinions about what the movie is about and the topic of Freemasonry, so I wouldn't expect this documentary to be universally liked or agree with everyone's views. However, I would have liked to have seen more documentaries about the history of Freemasonry as opposed to just describing a few historical facts. A documentary that focuses on Freemasonry is a good thing but one that focuses on the history of Freemasonry is just as good. In general, I think this documentary was very well done and I would recommend it to any Mason. It was entertaining, informative and definitely not boring. Overall, I give it a B+

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Helen Reynolds

I just got back from watching this documentary and am glad I did. It covers a lot of topics but also provides a lot of personal and historical information. For those of us that have a degree in a religious institution, it's a little scary to see how the history of that organization has been used to justify killing other religious groups and to help people be "just" and not questioning the government and authority. It also seems to be very true in that it deals with many different historical events and does a good job of explaining how that's not true. There are also a few personal stories and interesting discussions of Masonic history. In the end I thought this documentary was really well done and well-written and I highly recommend it. I think everyone should watch it and be a little bit enlightened on some of the things they've been taught. I give it a B+.

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Barbara Franklin

I liked this documentary and the person who is interviewing the artist, but it was very boring. This is a very boring documentary. The director didn't explain the meaning of the symbolism, the meaning of the songs and the symbolism in the music. What he did show is a lot of symbolism but nothing really meaningful. There are also a lot of weird coincidences and events that don't make any sense. I'm sure there are a lot of people out there who can do a better job with this. For me, this was just a boring documentary.

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Teresa

I thought the content was pretty good. It seemed to be accurate. It seems that it was well made and really nice to watch. The film seems to be made by people who are knowledgeable in the topic of Freemasonry. This seems to be a worthwhile documentary.

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Eric M.

I think it was very good. It covered a lot of the topics in the book, and I really enjoyed the story they told of the families of the knights and the process of getting into the order. The characters were a good mix of people that you could relate to and the overall story was interesting. There were a few things that made me cringe, such as a comment made by one of the mothers, and that was basically the whole movie. Overall, the story was good, and I think it was important to get this movie out to the public to educate them on the origins of Freemasonry and what it has to do with the current day. I think that the whole movie is worth watching.

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Randy J.

Fascinating movie. I did not know much about Freemasonry, and I was impressed by the research, interviewing and exploring the material presented. I think this movie did a great job of teaching the general public about the history and rituals of Freemasonry and the men who were involved. The focus on actual events and the various rituals, including initiation, passed down through the generations, is fascinating. I enjoyed the interview with George Jungs, and I would recommend it to others. If you are interested in learning more about Freemasonry, this movie would be a great place to start. It is a great documentary, and I hope to see more documentaries that can help educate and educate the general public about Freemasonry.

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Ann Hoffman

I love this movie. I know that a lot of people don't. I love it for its energy, its beautiful photography, its story and for its message. It's about men in the 17th century, in the world of Masonic, who live in fear, or by the Masonic motto "May God Protect Us." They're against a king and want to "control" the government, so they get together to create a secret society. It's really great. I don't understand why people hate it so much. I don't understand why the movie is so popular. I don't understand why it's the number one movie of all time. It's the only movie I've ever seen that's ever been nominated for an Academy Award and I've seen a lot of movies. It's just a great movie. And it's full of historical information about Freemasonry and the royal orders. It's interesting. I've never seen anything like it. I love it.

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Carol Ramirez

I have always admired the Royal Arch in my life, but it never seemed to fit my personality. I have been searching for this film for many years. I finally found it, and I am so glad I found it. I never thought I would be happy enough to watch this film. It was great. It was very true to the life of an initiates. I was thrilled to watch it. The people that made this film are truly amazing. I will definitely be watching this again. I really can't express how good this film is. I will definitely be buying it when it comes out on DVD.

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Carl

This documentary takes a deep look at Freemasonry. It does not make a direct attack on the group of individuals who subscribe to the principles of the group. Rather, it examines the views of the members themselves and how their views on Freemasonry relate to the beliefs of their society. We see Freemasons as people, not religious symbols or individuals who are merely representative of the society they live in. The documentary ends with a call for introspection for the members, and to get the message out. In this case, that message is that Freemasonry is something more than just a religious affiliation, and it is something more than just a group of people who believe in something they have no real evidence for. It is also a powerful way of teaching those who are part of it to find the strength within themselves. This documentary is a good starting point to learn more about Freemasonry.

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Ronald Howard

I read the books and had read the reviews on this film and wanted to give my thoughts on it before seeing it. I must say that I was not impressed by this film. I expected it to be at least as good as the books and maybe even better. As a matter of fact, I found it to be mediocre at best. This is a film about the Freemasons, which I believe is a fairly good book, but this film seems to be focused more on what the movie industry has in store for us. They make the main characters pretty boring and rather annoying. I am not really a fan of this type of film, but this is definitely one that I would not recommend. I am not sure if it was a problem with the script or the director, but I found the film to be boring and uninspiring. My biggest problem with this film is that it seemed to be almost completely devoid of anything to do with Freemasonry. The main characters never discuss the history of Freemasonry, they never even get introduced to it. They talk about what they need to do to make it into a fraternity, and this is a problem, because the more I think about it the more I am not sure what they are trying to accomplish with this. The movie also seems to be way too long and I would have been much happier to have been able to skip over much of it. For example, the discussion of the "Caduceus" or the "Bearded Woman", is brought up for about five seconds. The fact that they try to cover every aspect of the Freemasons without mentioning the actual history of the organization is very disappointing. I am sure that this movie has been made by people who know a little more about the history of Freemasonry than the average person. I also think that the main characters did a good job of portraying the feel of being a Freemason and the people who are involved with it. But to make a film about it, you need to show us what it is really like. In this film, they show us what they are going to show us in the film. They show us the rituals, but they don't show us the actual rituals. They show us the rituals, but not the actual rituals. It also seems like they tried to make this a "modern" movie. They don't really show much of the real history of Freemasonry. They show us things that we know, but they don't show us anything we don't already know. The fact that the movie was made in the 80's shows that they are trying to make a modern version of the film. However, I think that they did a good job. The music was good, the acting was good, and the effects were pretty good. I do not think that this is a movie that I would have been interested in seeing, but I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a documentary about Freemasonry. It was not a good movie, but it was not a bad movie either.

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Deborah Schultz

I watched this with my wife, and my kids, and the youngest enjoyed it the most. The mom said that she didn't like the fact that the documentary was a little too long. And I agreed, the documentary was a little long, and I wish the interviewees would have been given more time to tell their stories, but I don't blame them, because the film had an impact on us, as well as on many of the subjects interviewed. My son was interested in the history behind the "Babylonian Building" in France, and he liked that the documentary touched on the subject of Freemasonry, and how the story of the "Hammers" was passed down to the present day. He also said that the documentary was interesting in that the documentary was not anti-Masons, as some would have you believe. The documentary covers a lot of interesting subjects, and I highly recommend it.