The deeper social and political messages of the recent blockbuster.
How much social prejudice would you endure to change the world? In the 1940s, the interracial marriage of Prince Seretse Khama, heir to the Bechuanaland throne, to an English clerk, Ruth Williams, shocked the world. The couple faced criticism from his royal uncle, but soon won over the people of his nation, who were reluctant... Continue Reading →
NOV / DEC 2017: BY CHARITY BISHOP Amazon’s series The Man in the High Castle is many things… a sci-fi adventure with an alternate timeline, a mind-bending glimpse into a different history, a philosophical exploration of abstract concepts and themes, and… a heart-wrenching story of love, loss, and struggle within different households. The series’ inability... Continue Reading →
HALLOWEEN 2017: BY CHARITY BISHOP The women of Beguiled live in a world of illusions, separate from the external world, where their perceptions form the basis of their reality, but over the course of the film, their darker motives come to light. The film shows the deeper, bitter nature of women, and forces them to... Continue Reading →
MARCH / APRIL 2017: BY CHARITY BISHOP Have you ever wondered what Jesus was like as a child? How he felt about leaving Alexandria, a great city of intellectual learning and trade, for a Judea under Roman occupation? He went from a philosophical environment to crucifixions, and although John tells us in scripture that Jesus... Continue Reading →