An elderly black priest in S.A. during the apartheid era searches for his lost son in Johannesburg whom he fears has fallen into a life of crime & is soon linked to a white father whose son has been killed during a beak-in.
The friendship of black activist Steve Biko & journalist Donald Woods, set in S. Africa, is told up to Steve’s death & Woods & family fleeing the country.
We continue our Lenten journey in film and Scripture. The last two meditations will be added later today. There are embedded links in most of the titles that will take you to a full review of the film. March 17, 2nd Sunday in Lent. Selma But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like …
A Bosnian Muslim divorced woman finds herself jobless & homeless after her Christian fiance fails to keep their rendezvous, & her family has disowned her.
You’ve heard a lot about the Best Picture Oscar nominees. But, this week, I look at these films from the perspective of faith and moral values. Click the headline to read the entire column.
As Black History Month arrives, I am recommending a little-known South African movie that is available on Netflix. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
Rated PG-13. Our ratings: V-1 ; L-3 ; S/N-1 If your enemies are hungry, give them bread to eat; and if they are thirsty, give them water to drink; for you will heap coals of fire on their heads, and the Lord will reward you. Proverbs 25:21-22 If it is possible, so far as it …
The story of FBI Director James Comey’s relationship to President Trump during the investigations into the Clinton emails & that of the Trump organizations ties with Russia.
Based on a true story, this is a movie you shouldn’t miss this season. Click the title to read my entire review.
A woman lawyer returns from exile to South Africa to represent a black member of Parliament at a TRC hearing where a torturer is seeking amnesty, thus dredging up painful memories.