Malick's To the Wonder Wrestles with Love Itself
- Thursday, April 11, 2013
In the end, Malick’s not offering answers but rather a conviction: keep praying. When all else fails, keep praying – not to receive clarity but to exercise faith, practice submission, and find Christ in the least of these. For the nature of Love is not just a feeling, it’s a duty and a command.
- Drugs/Alcohol: None
- Language/Profanity: None
- Sexual Content/Nudity: Some moments of sexuality and nudity. A woman’s nude back is seen, then breasts. A couple, both topless, in bed kissing. A man kisses a woman who wears lingerie, then begins to kiss down her shoulders and body. A man and woman together under bed covers, undressed. A woman takes her shirt off while in a car; breasts are briefly seen. A man begins to undress while kissing and caressing a clothed woman. A man and woman begin to kiss passionately while on a bed, about to commit adultery. A woman in a bikini, swimming. A woman walks around a room in a towel. A woman’s nude back is seen as she prepares a bath.
- Violence/Other: A couple gets into an intense physical fight; they struggle, things are thrown.
Publication date: April 12, 2013
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