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Fragments of Truth is a movie starring Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, and J. Keith Elliott. Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Reuben Evans
Starring
J. Keith Elliott, Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, Craig A. Evans

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Genres Documentary
Director Reuben Evans
Writer Reuben Evans
Stars J. Keith Elliott, Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, Craig A. Evans
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 15 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts.

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Sunday, 10 Jan 2021 02:45

While not as comprehensive as his feature "The Assassination of Richard Nixon", Field's film "The President's Men" does show his knack for documentary storytelling. And, given the lack of scientific evidence of the Vietnam War, "The President's Men" is pretty controversial to say the least. But, with interviews with Richard Nixon, Oliver Stone, Gen. Henry C. Shelton, and William Colby, there's ample room for this documentary to stand on its own. Field's unique take on the Vietnam War and the aftermath of the assassination of his father, John and Harry Field, is compelling. The interviews were conducted in a serious and unashamed manner. While one can't blame Field for being direct and honest in his presentation of the material, the film is done in such a way that the viewer can't help but draw parallels between his interviews with his father and his interviews with Stone. The film is definitely worth the time, and the interviews are fun to listen to, especially in its introductory scenes. Field does go into some detail about some of the key figures in the film, such as Thomas Andrews. Andrews was a senior military official that was responsible for the Bay of Pigs incident. After the Bay of Pigs incident, Andrews was promoted to assistant secretary of defense, but resigned from his position before the White House was even opened. Field's father's recent death was another serious blow to John and Harry. The film does an excellent job of showing how quickly and devastatingly that death affected them. It also covers the collapse of the Nixon administration, and the resignation of President Nixon. It does a decent job of looking at the actions of Stone and Co. in trying to bring down the Nixon administration, and it also covers the aforementioned events. While it's not a perfect film, the interviews of the film are fun and intriguing. And, while Field's efforts to find evidence of a link between Stone and the government of Vietnam are certainly a questionable point of view, the fact that this fact is in the film is truly strange and unoriginal. It's a documentary that needs more than words to make it clear that Field's work is worth watching. This film is an excellent and intriguing documentary that will go into an examination of the Vietnam War, and the Watergate scandal.


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