The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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A young girl, deeply indoctrinated in her family's iconoclastic religious sect, must choose between her religion and her heart in this Danish film. This viewer found the story, based on actual events, to be sad and illuminating as it presented the dilemma faced by 17 year-old Sara (Rosalinde Mynster). The church she is a part of uses the fear of being ostracized and intimidation of the gentlest sort to keep its members in line. When Sara dares to defy the conventions of her church, she has to draw on her courage to break away and live her life by her precepts, not theirs, a difficult choice that the film makes abundantly clear. The acting is quite good by all, and the story was emotionally draining. The dynamics in play that ultimately drove Sara away were presented honestly and without sugar-coating. This is educational as it entertains. One feels strongly the pull of the different forces at work and can find encouragement from the way the subject is presented.
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