In the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre that took the lives of 20 first graders and their teachers, local clergymen Father Bob Weiss receives a letter from a fellow ...
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The United States has long offered a promise of opportunity and safety to arriving immigrants - The American Dream. However, currently facing a time of deep political, social, and cultural divide, immigration has become a divisive issue.
In the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre that took the lives of 20 first graders and their teachers, local clergymen Father Bob Weiss receives a letter from a fellow priest in Dunblane, Scotland, whose community suffered an eerily similar fate in 1996. From across the Atlantic, the two priests forge a poignant bond through the shared experience of trauma and healing.
A very brief and short documentary that could have put some light on the gun debate/reform many (if not all) Americans wish for. In light of the recent tragedy in New Zealand (a mass shooting that was born out of hate against a religion different than the one the shooter believes in), the people in power there will not build a wall, but rather get strong gun laws.
Now this obviously could not included this, but not just I realized the missed potential in the documentary. It's a short, but you could do more than show how politicians reacted or what they said after the mass shootings. And while I highly doubt that America will get the gun restrictions they desperately need, at least in my lifetime, the documentary still could have put a spot light on that. As it is and because it is just over 20 minutes, it is ok - which you can take either way I guess. Thoughts and prayers to the survivors and those affected - but those alone will not help the inevitable next tragedy from happening
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