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By Mark Judge, The Stream, Sept. 25, 2020
Mark Judge is a writer and filmmaker in Washington, D.C.
In the 1970s, American cinema exploded with a new wave of films at once gritty, fearless and political: Taxi Driver, Blow-Out, Midnight Express and others heralded a revolution that began in the 1960s, These movies offered an adult, realistic alternative to flashy mainstream Hollywood movies and musicals.
Fifty years later, the boldest, bravest and most countercultural film currently in release is Infidel, a pro-Christian thriller starring Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ, Deja Vu). A credit to the writing and direction to Cyrus Nowrasteh (The Day Reagan Was Shot, The Stoning of Soraya M., The Young Messiah, and The Path to 9/11). While Hollywood cranks out super hero fantasies and issues Maoist demands to creators, conservative Christians make movies about real life.
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