New Podcast from Kevin McLenithan on Christ and Pop Culture: Seeing and Believing 309 | Fran Kranz’s Mass

Amid all the blockbusters and awards-season heavy hitters, Seeing & Believing takes some time out to review another Patron Pick, the newly released indie drama Mass. The Cabin in the Woods star Fran Kranz makes his writing and directing debut with this film, which takes place almost entirely inside a single room in a small community church. As four grieving parents sit down in this room to sift through the wreckage left behind by a tragedy that affected them all, the film explores themes of grief, forgiveness, and the struggle to find meaning in the midst of pain and evil. Kevin is joined by special guest Steve Norton of Screenfish to sort through the questions raised by this modest film and discuss whether it will be counted among this year’s best films.

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