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Film Leaves Audience Without Explanation for Evil

When I was in seminary, I saw the film The Servant, which featured the great English actor Dirk Bogarde. The film tells the story of the second son of an entitled and wealthy British family. The son has come back to England after serving in the army in India…. The film takes place in England some time in the early 20th century at the height of British imperial power. Returning home, the young man realizes he needs "a man servant," because he is, after ...

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