A contemporary comedy about five Anglo-Canadians - actually four Anglos and a New Yorker - who find themselves in a two-week total immersion French program in a remote town in Northern ... See full summary »
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Known as Saul the Butcher, the stoning of Stephen was said to have shattered Saul's faith in the Temple and its denial of Christ as the Messiah. His conversion to Christianity and baptism as Paul changed the history of the world.
Excellent film detailing the pitfalls of dealing with a foreign agency's adoption agency. They were in business of kidnapping children, bringing them to the U.S. and using fronts as adoption agencies for unsuspecting American would-be parents.
One couple immediately saw that something was wrong due to several discrepancies in the paper work. Despite the husband's protests to leave things be, the wife pursued this and found out what was going on.
While the story was an excellent one with an exciting ending, a sidebar story could have been when the woman, a teacher in California, was only given a two week leave of absence for child rearing. Evidently, the district she worked in treated adoption differently than rather child birth. Sounds like something the N.Y.C.'s Department of Education would do under our current mayor.
It was good seeing that laws have been enacted that will avoid such misfit agencies.
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