Monday, August 02, 2004

Random Thoughts 

One of the most powerful films I have seen recently is the World War II prisoner flick To End All Wars. The movie is intense in its portrayl of Ernest Gordon's account of British POWs captured during the fall of Singapore being forced to build a rail line through the jungles of Burma. It is one of the few films that shows the working of the Holy Spirit in the hearts and minds of men in real time.

This film is violent in quite a few places with prisoners being shot, tortured, and even crucified, but this is to be expected in the course of warfare and when man's true nature is put to the test. I would highly reccomend this film because it is a quality film and a compelling story.

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