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This 11 minute short subject has a simple message and it's delivered
right on point.
A homeless woman played by Karen McClain is walking down the street with her pushcart looking for items discarded. The first thing she picks up is a compact mirror. After looking at herself and that's what those mirrors are made for, she finds a Bible someone discarded as well. She reads a few passages.
A second homeless person comes along played by Freddie DeGrate who takes her Bible. After some discussion he settles for the mirror and she goes off with her Bible.
The message is clear, the mirror is for vanity, the Bible is for the soul. Not much you can do with a mirror, but you might find some inspiration in the Good Book.
Of course if the item in question was a large bit of a left roast chicken for instance, I wouldn't want to put my money on the Bible.
Nevertheless But Now I See is a well done short film that will be popular with Christian audiences.
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