Sunday, January 27, 2013
The Issue of Our Time Is Between Light And Darkness
SEE HERE I was drawn into this essay by the fact that it started with one of my favorite Chesterton quotes, although I commonly misquote it as "Anything worth doing is worth doing badly" while I'm sure Joseph Pearce gets it right as "If a thing is worth doing at all, it's worth doing badly." Beyond that of course this is a movie review. The movie is about the French Revolution and it is done with child actors. The French Revolution was murderous and frankly calls into question the capacity of human beings to be good without Divine intervention. NAVIS PICTURES — Introducing kids to film-making.