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I originally deliberate this amazingly written introduction however ultimately I reckoned the movies might converse for themselves.

I actually stumbled throughout The Man From Earth while looking by means of Netflix one boring Saturday afternoon…wonderful film, and yes, onerous to talk about without ruining the whole experience. I watched it with a Mormon member of my family and it provoked some interesting discussions as I am certain you possibly can think about. I’ve seen most of the others in your checklist (The Seventh Seal is a personal favorite, good to see it here) but thanks for the suggestions on the others, there’s a good four or 5 I will be including to my ‘must-see’ listing.

And the sanitation gig is just the newest of Joe’s many incarnations throughout a tumultuous life, which received off on the incorrect foot when Joe was deserted at the Grand Canyon by his mother and father as a younger little one. After stumbling into the on-air studio, Joe steadily recounts the sad and comical story of how he cared for himself and journeyed around the country attempting to relocate his family, all whereas being prodded, teased, and finally embraced by a sarcastic deejay (Dennis Miller) and a rapt listening audience.

Written and directed by atheist Ingmar Bergman, the revered classic, The Seventh Seal, tells the story of a medieval knight who seeks solutions about life, dying, and the existence of God. The knight and his squire are returning house from the crusades in the 14th century because the Black Plague is sweeping their nation. As they method residence, the Grim Reaper appears to the knight and tells him that his time has come. The knight, not but able to die, challenges Death to a sport of chess to forestall his dying. As they play their recreation, the knight and his squire continue on their journey, working into various individuals on the best way.

Set in the course of the Nice Melancholy and the Dust Bowl in 1934-1935, Carnivale was an odd show with mysteries and mythologies galore and eerie spiritual undertones of good versus evil. It adopted two disparate teams of individuals; the primary consisting of a touring carnival stuffed with freaks and geeks (led, incidentally, by the same dwarf from Twin Peaks) who have picked up a mysterious, irritable younger man (Nick Stahl) who could or may not have supernatural powers. The second group revolves around a minister (Clancy Brown) who makes migrants regurgitate change and who beats himself with a horse whip.