End of the Spear
Fifty years ago this month, five Christian missionaries were killed in Ecuador by members of the Waodani tribe. This weekend the movie End of the Spear, which tells the story of this massacre and the incredible reconciliation that followed, opens in theaters nationwide (locally at Brassfield Cinema 10, Carmike 18 and Grande 16; click here to find a theater near you).
In his column today, Cal Thomas writes: ...
"End of the Spear" is the latest in a steadily growing number of films that are taking on culture on its own turf. Instead of cursing darkness, more independent producers are beginning to make good movies (do not confuse "good" in content with bad in execution) containing positive messages.
Also be sure to check out Gene Edward Veith's review of the film in this weeks' WORLD Magazine.