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Bright Wall/Dark Room October 2016: "The Varieties of Religious Experience" by Matt Brennan

We are pleased to feature an excerpt from the October 2016 edition of the online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room. The new issue focuses on religion, faith, and doubt. In addition to Matt's Brennan's piece on religion on TV, there are also essays on "Groundhog Day," Ingmar Bergman, "Captain Fantastic," "Defending Your Life," Tarkovsky's "Nostalghia," "Midnight Special," "The Last Temptation of Christ," "Last Days in the Desert," "American Movie," "Tommy," "Top Chef/Cooked" and a look at the cinematic history of Joan of Arc.
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