The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Dick's film puts a human face on a churchwide scandal that sometimes seems too big to comprehend.
It's a demanding film but one filled with important truths about humanity in all its denominations.
The pain and the contradictions and the ironies are manifold, and Dick...does justice to all.
Kirby Dick's damning, Oscar- nominated documentary, Twist of Fate, puts a face on the clerical sex scandals rocking the Roman Catholic Church.
The child-abuse scandals that rocked the Catholic Church are brought to painfully intimate terms in this engrossing, unnerving documentary.
Kirby Dick (Derrida) shapes the movie in such a way as to leave everyone flummoxed.
Now 34, Tony opens his soul-searching, his home, his private moments with family & children so that the world can see the consequences of those that prey from the pulpit.
A remarkable portrait of a courageous man's efforts to put his life back together.
The film is difficult to watch but illuminating as a piece of hard, spare journalism.
There are scenes in this movie that moved me to tears, it is impossible not to be taken in by Tony's plight.
Like so many true stories, Comes' lacks the clarity and comforting resolution of fiction; it's a morass of accusations and denials that taints and poisons everyone involved.
makes a convincing case that suffering in silence would have been much worse
It works as a companion to the horrifying documentary 'Deliver Us From Evil'. That film, while it dealt with the emotional toll it took on families and their personal rage at those responsible, was more about the environment in the Catholic Church that allowed this type of rampant abuse to occur and remain secret for so long. 'Twist of Faith' is entirely about the personal cost of sexual abuse on the victims. It never goes away, and its arguable that it may never really get better. The toll it takes on this mans family life, his sexual relationship with his wife, his interaction with other people, his religious faith, and every day moments is astronomical. Director Kirby Dick wisely keeps the focus on the people and lets them talk and tell the story. Its unbelievably sad and infuriating that this Priest could destroy so many lives . . . and not just those he abused but the loved ones of the victims as well.
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