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C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia (2005)

C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia Readers and fans worldwide know the land of Narnia and the magical beings who dwell there. But few know the genius who created this beloved fantasy. Now meet C.S. ... See full summary »

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Norman Stone
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Anton Rodgers ... C.S. Lewis
Diane Venora ... Joy Gresham
John Franklyn-Robbins John Franklyn-Robbins ... The Great Knock
Peter Banks Peter Banks ... Warnie
Adam Davy Adam Davy ... Young Man Lewis
Robert Hickson Robert Hickson ... J.R.R. Tolkien
Ben Lambert ... Younger Tolkien
Fred Drinkwater Fred Drinkwater ... Hardie
Andrew Harrison Andrew Harrison ... Albert Lewis - Father
Catherine Lemmon Catherine Lemmon ... Mrs. Lewis - Mother
Leo Potter Leo Potter ... Child Lewis
Antony De Liseo Antony De Liseo ... Child Warnie
Pax Baldwin Pax Baldwin ... Douglas Gresham
River Hawkins River Hawkins ... David Gresham
Matthew Henderson Matthew Henderson ... Speaking Evacuee Boy
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C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia Readers and fans worldwide know the land of Narnia and the magical beings who dwell there. But few know the genius who created this beloved fantasy. Now meet C.S. Lewis, an extraordinary creative force, in this engaging true life story, filmed in Oxford, England where he lived, worked and imagined The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and the other tales that make up the beloved The Chronicles of Narnia.

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 December 2005 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Beautiful
28 September 2006 | by scifianonSee all my reviews

It was very touching to here the story with the narration. You see in his life the reflection of the things he wrote about. It brings me to tears. His life seems so unreal, how he touched so many lives because his life had been touched by Jesus, but Jesus working through others such as Tolkien. I wish people could view this and take away the same sense of divinity Lewis himself felt about life; both its joys and sorrows. Thanks to TBN I got to see this wonderful and poetic biographical account of the physical and spiritual triumphs and trials of one man's life that is echoed in all of our own. He is one of my favorite apologists because he was so human and this displays eloquently his Christian humanity. It is unfortunate however, that his stepsons have drifted from one another.


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