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gavin

parts of my youth group, who watch the film as part of a history class, was deeply impacted by the film and spoke well of it. if it can capture an american teenagers attention without anime or mtv appeal, it must be good.

lillylewin

hey jonny! just posted on this great film myself! took students to see it over the weekend and was blown away by the entire thing. great discussion starter...beautiful picture of someone living out jesus in real life....hope you and jen have an awesome time in colorado! sorry that my schedule and piggy bank couldn't get me there to hear you!
and a happy birthday in advance too! : ) have fun! lil

J.R.

Yes, great movie. I wrestled with it on my blog about it afterwards.

Check it out here:

http://brokenstainedglass.typepad.com/broken_stained_glass/2005/02/hotel_rwanda.html

J.R.

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