Doc of the Day: Constantine's Sword Review - Dan Schindel
An ex-priest explores the Christian roots of anti-semitism and finds a troubling vein in the new Evangelicalism. x Dir. Oren Jacoby, 2007, 93 min Every individual has a stake in any given social issue. That’s why it’s always a plus when a documentary can tie the personal consequences in with the greater effects of larger movements. We care more about people than ideas, so helping us understand how people are affected by events and issues will help us better understand those topics. Often, docs fail to be as good as they could be by not pursuing the emotional ...
Post to Tumblr