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Flawed editing and intrusive and irritating commentary hardly detract from the shock value of this disturbing documentary. Compulsory viewing for anyone in the least bit concerned about religious extremism.
Filmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady don't bother with a polemical voiceover a la Michael Moore but skilfully stitch together the comments of the evangelicals themselves. It doesn't make for a pretty picture.
With an admirable impartiality, filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady allow the camera to make these kids look like Bible-thumping kooks as they quote scriptures and try to convert strangers they meet on the street.
O fato é que é assustador perceber que Fischer, Haggard (que hipócrita!) e demais pastores realmente acreditam no acerto de suas ações, jamais percebendo que o que chamam de "salvação" beira, na verdade, o abuso de crianças.
We always think of the separation of church and state as being there to protect the state, but the film makes a powerful case that it's there to prevent politics from cheapening and commodifying faith, as well.