As we travel on a journey of faith through Christ's passion, death and resurrection, this podcast series - 'Lent and Easter at the Movies' - takes us to the cinema as Fr Peter Malone MSC relates a series of thought-provoking movies to the day's Gospel reading.
One MP3 review is released for the Sundays of Lent and Easter. We also have a podcast for each day of Holy Week and other key dates.
The Burning Season (1994) TV
"I'd recommend The Burning Season as a film about social justice - the issues are still contemporary. It's a fine performance by Raul Julia and it very strongly illustrates the text of the Gospel for this Sunday and Lent."
You can listen to the podcast using the audio player in the top right-hand corner of this page. Right-click on the link below the player to download.
Fr Peter's review
The Burning Season - Review 42.50 kB
Background on the film can be found at the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) .
Fr Peter Malone is a former president of SIGNIS - the World Catholic Association for Communication. He's a highly experienced film critic and author who has travelled the world watching, writing on and talking about movies. Since 1968, he's written reviews for a number of Catholic magazines and periodicals. He's also written many books on cinema including Films and Values, Movie Christs and Antichrists, Cinema Down Under and the excellent Lights, Camera, Faith (Movie Lectionary) series.