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13 December 2005

Why has everyone in the (British) media been unable to resist damning the new Chronicles of Narnia film as "filthy CS Lewis propaganda masquerading as harmless, family fun" - even in articles unrelated to the film itself? It seems an all-too-easy (and lazy) option to use the film to express personal anti-christian sentiments however popular they appear.

Zoe Williams has seen the light. Read her article in the Guardian here.  

 

 


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