The Fisher King is a somber yet hopeful story of two men who are brought together by a tragedy, the loss of one man’s wife for which the other man is partially responsible. They each work through the often torturous experience of grappling with grief and guilt, forgiveness and friendship. In this faith review, discussion questions are included for an adult setting, dealing with the difficult interpersonal issues that the film presses.
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Seminary student Star Crawford provides this review of An Unfinished Life where grace and forgiveness and acceptance are found in the midst of brokenness and dysfunction. Click on the QRcode or scan it to open the review.
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Union Presbyterian Seminary student Katherine Lamb says Grace is Gone gives people a chance to talk about grief and where God can be found in the midst of loss. Click on the image to read her complete faith review.
The themes of redemption, hope, pain, loss and possibly immigration are all present in this film.
Click on the image to be taken to the review of the film by Bob Tuttle, recent Union Presbyterian Seminary graduate.
How do we determine the value of something? How does our preoccupation with money and things get in the way of an authentic life? This film is excellent for considering what it means to live a Christian life.