Apropos of yesterday’s post, there was still time, and then there wasn’t going to be.
Jesus Revolution had it’s final showing in Mount Gambier this afternoon, so I went along.
I’d heard generally good reports about the movie. It deals with a window of time, and in doing so has the luxury of telling the story it wants to tell without needing to blur the clarity of its message with much that happens in the (nearly 50) years since that time.

Clearly the other seven or eight viewers at the session, who I think were all in the target age-range as far as memories go, were all appreciative, so that was a vote for authenticity.

It’s not a movie that needs a cinema screen; I’m glad I saw it there though.

And, of course, it has a far more uplifting takeaway than yesterday’s movie.

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