Chaplains
On the Frontlines of Faith

Virgil Films and Entertainment
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Dylan

Martin Doblmeier is a serious and important director who makes films about faith and how belief guides us in the face of personal and societal turmoil. What I loved about "Chaplains" is how the subjects (an incredibly diverse group of people) are able to counsel and console non-believers. In ...Read more

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