Archbishop Tutu as head of S.A.’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission engages in a tug of wills with a racist murderer while also seeking to discover the fate of a disappeared teenager.
Same Kind of Difference as Me (2017)
When Deborah Hall forgives her husband for cheating on her, he joins her at a soup kitchen where they befriend an angry homeless black man who changes their lives.
Disturbing the Peace (2016)
A plea for respect & peace, this is the story of 8 ex-soldiers, 4 Israelis & 4 Palestinian, who overcame their hatred & joined together for reconciliation between their peoples.
I’m recommending this drama starring Jennifer Aniston in an unusual role. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
The Power of Forgiveness (2008)
I am reprinting the review portion of this older film because it is so topical today. The full review in the Summer 2008 issue of Visual Parables has 27 discussion questions, more than any other of the 1100+ films on this site! You can purchase this issue (it has over 30 other reviews) at The …
The Railway Man (2013)
During WW 2 the Japanese torture Eric Lomax for building a radio during construction of a railway. Troubled, he meets his torturer years later & reconciles.
Final Solution (2001)
As Black History Month arrives, I am recommending a little-known South African movie that is available on Netflix. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
The new film about Nelson Mandela is a 4-star success because of Idris Elba’s performance. Click the title of the film, here, to read my entire review.
On the 50th birthday of the son given up for adoption without her consent, a retired English nurse engages the help of a journalist to try to find out his fate. They discover just how cruel and heartless the convent that had taken her in when she became pregnant out of wedlock.
Gandhi is the story of how India’s great leader forged a nonviolent revolution that led to India’s freedom from British rule.