So intimate and sincere. Captures so well the complexity of family, yet the deep need we all have to belong. Subtle and sorrowful at points, yet celebratory and loud at others. Reminds me of the things that matter most.
Really important theological discussion here. Solid content.
But as a documentary...
Subjects were good. Gave voice to multiple opinions (and presented one view as orthodoxy). But gave decent time to counterpoints.
This film bites off more then it can chew with it’s audiences attention span. 3 hours?! Could have really benefited from some better focus and a more aggressive editor. This film can’t be taken in all at once.