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J. Alan Sharrer, 08/15/2014
I read The Giver for the first time while in high school and was immediately entranced by the ideas and depth of the subject matter. The nice thing about the movie version is that the themes and ideas are still there. In many ways, this is a thinking person’s film, wrapped up in YA dystopian trimmings.
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"Theologically, I think Noah misses the mark at times, and nails it at others. Aronofsky and Handel know a lot of information about the writings that the flood stories come from, and they’ve created a powerful story that looks at those legendary foundation ‘myths’ of several faith groups. But they also ask us to consider what it means to “have faith” and what it means for us to interpret the direction we receive if we have faith."