Don’t confuse this with the Victor Hugo plot. This is a French film about present-day oppressed minorities. Click the title to read my entire review.
The true story how in Mumbai the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel’s staff helped save many of its guests from Muslim terrorists.
The story of the peacemaking attempt by St. Francis of Assisi & Sultan Al-Kamil during the 5th Crusade is told via re-enactments & commentary by experts.
A lowly Indian clerk, chosen to present a special coin to Queen Victoria, catches her eye & becomes her confidant & teacher, despite the jealousy of her court.
A Pakistani-American son keeps resists his Muslim parents’ bride candidate, he meets & falls in love with an American woman during one of his comedy gigs. They break up over his not telling his parents about her, & then she falls ill and is hospitalized.
The story of how Gandhi, regarded as the Father of India’s independence , from South Africa to his nonviolent revolution in India.
Photos, newsreel clips, interviews, & quotes, tell the story of Gandhi’s last days , from release from prison thru his campaign against violence & hatred that erupted when Pakistan separated from India.
When an old Jewish baker hires a Muslim teenager from Darfur as his apprentice, the boy accidentally spills cannabis into the dough, with amazing results.
The horror of daily life under sharia law is shown in this African film set in the city of Timbuktu, one family especially suffering from its application.
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 …