Film takes ‘Jesus freaks’ seriously

"Farmiga and her younger sister Taissa play Corinne, who we follow from her childhood in the ‘60s to the ‘80s, when she goes from being the book-obsessed younger child in a family breaking apart to a mother herself, struggling with her faith and marriage. It had personal resonance as a child of the working class during the ‘60s and ‘70s, when the cataclysmic social changes of those decades trickled down in the most destructive way, adding extra burdens to families ill-equipped for the extra pressure, especially as the postwar economic boom ran out of gas along with our cars."

Review by Rick McGinnis

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