• Elliott


    Littered with flaws and misguided decisions, but I find it hard to take a firm stance against such a clearly personal film from Spike Lee, especially one with such thematic depth. The dichotomy between the Church and religion seems to be the main point of focus here, contrasting the admirable ethos of spiritual enlightenment that illuminates much of the historical dogma of many faiths with the relative evils of the organised structures supposedly built to accommodate such beliefs. Clarke Peters’…