19 November 2017 | bkoganbing
Call the Pastor
Seventy Times Seven would be a Christian romance film turned into a tragedy. When the one you're meant to have goes and gets killed what to do?
Director Josiah David Warren shows an idyll of love between star Josiah David Warren and Tina Ballerina. These two even throw Bible verses back and forth. They settle in their dream house and plan to have seven kids.
But tragedy strikes as Ballerina is found shot to death in said dream house by her husband and fellow dreamer. For awhile Warren is even a suspect. And why would he not be especially since the cops find an automatic weapon in the home?
Warren can't handle it and is going off the deep end. In fact went off it twice. But this is the only film I ever saw where instead of people calling the police when twice he goes after a suspect the friends call their pastor to pray. Really now.
It's not much of a mystery either. It's the one who's faking the Christianity. It couldn't possibly ever be a 'real' Christian. This film is the best example I've ever seen of the 'no true Scotsman' fallacy on the screen.
This one is for that closed circle of church audiences and not sure even they would buy it.