Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Sadly, many Christian movies have the reputation of being less than well produced. However, The Least Among You contains excellent cinematography and quality acting.

Caught up in the 1965 Watts Riots, Richard Kelly finds himself on probation in an all-white seminary.  Kelly is torn between his civil rights duties, spiritual calling and the presidents agenda for his presence at the all-white school.  Inspired by a true story, this movie doesn't shy away from the irony of racial prejudice and hatred within a Christian seminary.

Though the overall story was interesting, the plot moves somewhat slowly and ends uninspirationally.  However, the movie's thought-provoking contrasts and issues of morality allows for a wholesome way to spend an evening!

Booksneeze.com provided me with this DVD for reviewing purposes.

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