Eric A. Gordon: Precious few Christians would have been capable of reaching that state of acceptance of God’s will—if that’s what they believed it was—so profoundly and so quickly after the events,
Bill Meyer: She was a brilliant woman who refused to succumb to spirituality (Pierre would take her to seances) or any relationships that would hinder her work.
Cathy Deppe: Should there be a reckoning from the Japanese government and its Imperial Japanese Army for authorizing the holding of women from Korea and elsewhere in sexual slavery from as early as 1932 through the end of WW II?
Bill Meyer: The comedy takes place in 1944 Germany and centers around a fatherless 10-year-old boy who wants to be like all his friends who have joined the Nazi youth group.
Jeff Cohen: The movie examines how we “arrived at Trump.” It travels to the “sacrifice zones” of Camden NJ and Youngstown OH to reveal how corporations have hijacked US democracy. Featured analysts include Chris Hedges, Cornel West, and Sarah Jaffe.