Our Fathers

Showtime aired “Our Fathers” last night. A badly acted, hurried production, nonetheless I’m glad Showtime did it. The bright exceptions are superb acting jobs by Christopher Plummer and Brian Denehy. The rest of it was a sloppy production. It does, however, remind us of the secrecy and arrogance of the Catholic church. Thankfully, we also see the caring and holiness of the Church. The Washington Post review of the movie is apt.

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