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This is still a tale worth telling, and its bright moments shine through.
Christian leaders calling for gun control are the subjects of Abigail Disney's intelligent and emotionally charged documentary.
The only time I've cried more during a movie than the first time I saw The Armor of Light was probably the second time I saw The Armor of Light.
The principled resoluteness of Schenck and McBath shines. The film is a dual portrait in courage.
The Armor of Light" condemns the organizations that create cultures of fear in order to line their own pockets, cultures that end up putting human life below profits.
This movie pokes its camera eye into about a dozen distinct forms of controversy. And yet "The Armor of Light" is a calm, measured, and very visually attractive film ...
This is a fascinating look at the intersection of Christian faith and gun violence.
There aren't any easy answers, but plenty of tough questions in this compelling documentary.
Compelling, if somewhat self-serving take on a fascinating conversation one preacher is trying to start about Christians and guns.
...take[s] the viewer along on Schenck's journey as he learns more about guns and gun culture, and also investigates the historical political affiliations of fundamentalist Christians...
It's slickly filmed, making great use of the good pastor's stained glass windows and framing the difficult conversations beautifully.
A conscience stirring documentary about two Christians and their crusade for gun control.
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