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Friday, October 21, 2016
Film: Never Let Me Go
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Scene from Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go, perhaps inadvertently, is one of the most Catholic films I’ve watched in a long time. To explain this without giving too much away: its emphasis, both in the dystopia it creates and in its emotive force, is at the furthest reach possible from a utilitarian view of human life. It is a mature film made in worrying times, and Catholic viewers will find deep resonances in its narrative.  

To read Nathan Koblintz's review on Thinking Faith, see:

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