#164 – Darkest Hour and Heroic Historical Fiction

#164 – Darkest Hour and Heroic Historical Fiction

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

It seems hard to believe that we could talk about Darkest Hour without talking about how it and Dunkirk tell a similar tale from very different perspectives. So, of course we do that while also talking about the things we liked about the Oscar winning performance of Gary Oldman. This is one of those things where you can love a movie and you have to ask yourself if you mind that some of it is made up. How much needs to be true to be truly inspired?

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This episode’s panel included Gene Gosewehr and Hannah Lorence:

Gene Gosewehr (@WizrdofGOZ)
A Clear Lens Podcast

Hannah Lorence (@hannitachula)
Hannah Lorence Blog

Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
Darkest Hour at IMDB
Darkest Hour at Rotten Tomatoes
Darkest Hour at Metacritic
Churchill Film Darkest Hour Offers Compelling View of Leadership at The Gospel Coalition
On Surviving Your Darkest Hour at Think Theology
Gary Oldman Shines in Darkest Hour. But History Takes a Hit at Vox

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