Monday, October 18, 2010

The Least Among You

If you're looking for a good family movie with tweens and teens, this is it. The Least Among You is inspired by the life of Richard Kelly. The story will give your family an opportunity to discuss racial boundaries in not-so-long-ago history, and open their eyes to see that even a Christian seminary was not exempt from prejudices.

I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. It's subject matter was handled well with an underscore of redemption and grace. My boys' attention was held throughout the movie. They had questions after viewing it, so we were able to weave in a history lesson as well as create a dialogue about character and morality. The acting was well done. At just over 90 minutes, it's perfect for a family night of movie watching.


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