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I May Destroy You
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Loved it! The film moves at a great pace and smartly weaves Wolf's personal connection into the larger narrative of what's possible when visionary leaders step back and rethink religion in the context of modern day community, the needs of a neighborhood, and the power of historic institutions.
Powerful and inspiring film about family, community, and the human spirit. A beautifully woven piece. I rarely see a film I'm motivated to see, but I knew this film would be impressive. If you value family, history, and the can-do-spirit, this picture is for you. We can all see ourselves in Aaron Wolf, as we try to make sense of our lives in these challenging times. This film will move you, don't miss it.
A n amazing documentary that is so relevant and important during these times. It speaks to the importance our present to the past in order to protect and preserve our future. Three generations of my family saw this documentary and highly recommend it. Aaron Wolf created a documentary that speaks with both heart and mind, reaching out to all generations and cultures. Let's continue the discussion of how we can come together.
Uplifting film that is so relevant for our nation in this current moment. You will leave wanting to connect with others around you and go do great for the world.