Seminary student Mattie Motl joins the show to talk about Women Talking (the film and the novel) and the many religious themes of the story
In part 1, film critic Lindsey Dunn joins the show to talk about the film Women Talking and its many cinematic merits
We finish up our series on filmmaker Terrence Malick, looking at his most recent A HIDDEN LIFE with guest Bethany Wearden
Simchas and Sorrows is an easy breezy watch that manages to bring up some thought-provoking questions on faith and identity
Clara Sola review: a rich and enthralling depiction of religion at odds with desire, set in remote Costa Rica
CLARA SOLA, the feature debut of writer/director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s, is surprising and complex look at faith, sexuality, and disability
We’ve got a review of The Worst Person in the World, a discussion of The Believer (2001), plus Oscar nomination reactions.
Evelyn Landow talks The Matrix Resurrections, Dinah House-fire discusses Boy Erased, and I react to Sundance 2022
071: The Tragedy of Macbeth, Red Rocket, and an exvangelical discussion of Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival
A review of The Tragedy of Macbeth, a discussion of Red Rocket, and a look at Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival through a spiritual lens
We’ve got new reviews of C’mon C’mon and The Hand of God, plus a discussion of Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves
068: Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, A24’s The Humans, and an exvangelical discussion of Martin Scorsese’s Silence
Reviews of new films The Power of the Dog & The Humans, plus an ex-evangelical look at Silence
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