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In a message dated 10/28/99 12:35:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
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>This  coming summer we thought of using the theme of Resistance and the
>Problem of Evil,

Of "The Resistance," I would recommend A MAN ESCAPED (Robert Bresson),
because it conveys an overtly religious and humanistic perspective.

Some resistance/revolution movements other than in WWII:

SPARTACUS -- good slaves against decadent masters (resisting both slavery and
depravity)

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD -- fighting the trappings of privilege both as
temptation and as oppression, and winding up with money and the girl anyway.

TERMINATOR  -- "the human resistance"

Shari L. Rosenblum

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