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I could only find a dedicated thread for the more recent BBC version, which I haven't seen, but it seems to have more love here than the 1993 version with Anthony Hopkins as C.S. Lewis. I nominated it for the top 100 for a very obvious reason: It follows C.S. Lewis through the development of his theology of suffering. Lewis' views on suffering see hope and joy as ever-present with grief, so it can make for another contrast among the other suffering-heavy fare our list is likely to include.

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