Narrated by Academy Award-winner Ben Kingsley, this series objectively documents religions worldwide with interviews from experts. Explore issues that probe the very core of our existence ...
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Narrated by Academy Award-winner Ben Kingsley, this series objectively documents religions worldwide with interviews from experts. Explore issues that probe the very core of our existence and offer a deeper understanding of global spiritual beliefs.
My class had to watch this (the one about the Protestantism) during a religion class. It may be a good movie if you're really, really interested in Protestantism, but it's a bit to much for us petty little souls in elementary school.
Kingsley talked about Protestantism, a part of it called the Evangilicarian-Litterarian-Lutherarian-Gurghlrmnarian-thing, then a branch of that one called the Revolutionarian-Revoltarian- Protestantarian which in turn had another subsection of it called the Theolutherarian-Biblarian-gurghlarsch. I have no idea. A bit to in-depth for us.
Anyway, one person in my class fell asleep, and I studied my shoes. They were nice, and still are, I suppose. We may have been the wrong audience for this movie. It was really informative, far to in-depth for us and really boring. We didn't manage to stay through the whole episode-thing (which I throughout this review have called movie, sorry about that), but I reviewed it anyway. I don't think there is anything that redeems it in the last 10 minutes.
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