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Science celebrates Firefly’s ten year anniversary with exclusive San Diego Comic-Con panel featuring Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, and more.
We received the following email from Bryan Storkel, the director of Holy Rollers, last week. We did some pretty extensive coverage of the film for its theatrical release, including a special guest article by one of the card-counters featured in the film.
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I cried when I first watched this; in a way it is as graphic as Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, so those who are emotional or empathetic may feel more than just tears, even if this film is animated.
What do you do when you feel disconnected from your own life? Lee Kirk’s new independent film attempts to ask deep philosophical and spiritual truths through the story of a man in silver makeup and stilts.
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When humans overstep their boundaries and try to take the place of God, they only make matters worse. Which is exactly what happens when the Alliance tries to play God.
Logic tells me I shouldn’t like this show, but I love it. Whedon sees humankind as flawed and irreparable. Christianity, on the other hand, finds the answer for our ills in God’s Grace working in people’s lives. This perhaps begs the question of why I simply adore Firefly.
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