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  1. Andrew

    By the Grace of God

    I never would've expected a serious film from Francois Ozon about pedophilia in the French Catholic Church, but whaddya know? And Ozon bends over backwards to make it clear he's not attacking the Church, but is attempting to thoughtfully criticize its (ongoing) misconduct. I go into full detail into my longer-than-usual review, which I won't repeat here. But it's not a stretch to state this is France's Spotlight, arguably more relevant in showing that the same criminal violence and neglect are continuing under Pope Francis' watch. I'll end by strongly urging Ecumenical Jury voters to make every effort to see this before year's end. My review: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/secularcinephile/2019/11/by-the-grace-of-god-under-pope-francis-unpunished-pedophilia-is-still-business-as-usual/
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