The Biblical HOSEA transformed into a modern love story centered this time on the prostitute and her background but still focused on grace.
The epic story of an ex-convict, set free by the grace of a cleric, yet pursued as a criminal by a cruel policeman while protecting an orphan girl.
I recommend “The Mission” as a great film and as a key history lesson as the world explores peacemaking in Latin America, once again. Click the image to read my entire review.
A nun risks upsetting her colleagues, her family, & parents of two dead lovers by becoming the spiritual counselor to the vain man who raped & killed them.
I’m giving this Nicholas Cage movie 5 stars. To read the entire review, click the movie’s title here.
Left alone in the impoverished Brooklyn projects when their dug-addicted mothers are taken away b the police, a 14 year-old African American boy unwillingly becomes the care-giver of an 8 year-old Korean American boy. Dodging the police and gang members, they must survive the hot summer by their wits and pluck.
Grace, a compassionate caregiver at a facility for troubled youth bonds with a newcomer who has suffered from an abusive father, just as she had. As a wounded healer Grace also needs help so she can move on and open herself up to the man she loves.
A Sicilian family, at odds over how to cope with the changing times, must decide whether to help a group of African illegal immigrants whom the grandfather has rescued at sea.