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you'll be happy to know that one of the evening showings last night was chock full of seminarians.

i agree that it wasn't the best movie ever made but definitely a thought-provoking and wonderful story.


My parents actually tried to see that movie last night and it was SOLD OUT.

Our pastor had showed a clip of the movie in church last Sunday, and it must have inspired plenty of (non-white-haired) people to go check it out.

Good to know that it is a thought-provoking and interesting story . . . I'm looking forward to seeing it next weekend.

JP Manzi

I see this movie making its rounds quite a bit in the blogosphere. I am looking forward to this one.


I heard an interview with the director, Michael Apted, on my favorite Saturday morning show last weekend ("Bob Edwards Weekend"). Apted has also been working on the Up documentary series since the mid-60s. Anyway, that was the first I heard of the movie and it sounded very interesting—mostly because Wilberforce is someone I don't know much about. So thanks for sharing, Josh.

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