The last film I made that wasn’t about sex.

Sex and religion don’t always play nice. So this might come as a surprise to some readers:

“Sudden Shock: Spiritual Struggle and Renewal in the Wake of 9/11″ is a documentary focusing on the work clergy, chaplains, and other faith-based caregivers have been doing in and around New York City since 9/11. The work takes an emotional and spiritual toll on these men and women, but it has also given them renewed hope and reinvigorated their faith. It’s a small film about a big idea: that love is more powerful than fear.

The rest over at the new blog, Tony Comstock’s Kōan of Silence.

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