Posts Tagged ‘Community’

Wit

Wit (2001)

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Union Presbyterian Seminary student Newton Cowan offers both a review of Wit, and a document suggestions ways to have a conversation with the film in an educational setting.  He suggests that Wit can be a stand alone film,  or used in a series on medical ethics.

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Radio

Radio (2003)

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Union Presbyterian Seminary student Marty Simmons offers a review of Radio and suggests it offers of images of compassion and community with ‘the least of these’ in our society.

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Where the Heart Is

Where the Heart Is (2000)

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As Union Presbyterian Seminary student Tom LaBonte says, “There are so many issues facing our youth in today’s society that many search for hope,
for support and love because they either do not find that at home, are not part of a Church, and make decisions that lead them astray. Where the Heart Is provides inspiration for each of us to be compassionate and to doing more in placing the needs of others on at least an equal level with our own.”

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Elizabethtown

Elizabethtown (2005)

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The elements of relationships between characters and of characters being on a journey are central to this film.  Click on the image to read a review by Union Presbyterian Seminary student Marty Simmons.


Chocolat

Chocolat (2000)

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You have an embarrassment of riches in this post as Union Presbyterian Seminary students Star Crawford, Erin Mills, and Kim Lee all off reviews of Chocolat. In addition, Erin Mills offers many good suggestions for specific ways to engage the film in theological conversation.  See all three contributions related to this film by clicking on the image.