Criterion Reflections

Criterion Reflections

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A journey in time through the films of the Criterion Collection. David is joined by Josh Hornbeck, Jon Laubinger and Robert Taylor in a discussion that focuses on Shinoda’s, Scorcese’s and Endo’s distinctive interpretations of this compelling portrayal of faith and purpose under intense persecution in medieval Japan.

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