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DEEP FOCUS: Michael Tolkin's THE RAPTURE (1991)

We each have our own image of God, whether it was formed from reading the Bible or just having the notion that he is a nonexistent, mythical figure. Michael Tolkin's 1991 film The Rapture challenges all those perceptions and forces us to consider who God really is. It's the story of a truly spiritual -- and, more importantly, intellectual -- awakening.
  • By Steven Santos
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  • October 25, 2011 2:00 AM
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