On Accusations: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
To wrap up our classic literature month, our Patron Saints voted for To Kill a Mockingbird (1962). James and David compare the film and the book(s), talk about their cultural impact, and explore the Christ-like character of Atticus Finch. Finch is oft-described as one of film’s greatest heroes, (and I have to agree) defending a man railroaded by accusations without evidence, shining light on a shameful culture ready to convict someone based on a narrative that supports their cultural biases and assumptions. I join David to discuss one of his favorite films.
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