Movie 1: The Current War
What should have been a great blockbuster about the early development of the electricity industry and it titans: George Westinghouse, Thomas Edison and Nikolai Tesla, unfortunately spiraled helplessly under its own weight. It could have been a great film if it hadn’t gotten bogged down with too much detail and confusing plot twists. The “Director’s Cut” did nothing to improve the theater experience.
Movie 2: Harriet
DO NOT miss the opportunity to see this film. It’s a chronicle of slave Harriet Tubman’s life story, one of the most acclaimed icons of the Freedom Fighters during the Civil War era and its Underground Railroad.
In honor of her legacy, her image has been selected to appear on the next generation of $20 bills.
Movie 3: By the Grace of God
This film tells the “mostly true story” about child molestation that took place in the Archdiocese of Lyon, France. It was often difficult to watch the life long trauma so many young people were burdened with for so long.
Fortunately the focus of the film is more about the resilience of its victims and less about the ultimate conviction in 2019 of Cardinal Barbarin of Lyon. French with English subtitles.