o brother where art thou
O Brother, Where Are Thou? hit theatres 15 years ago, on December 22, 2000. And to this day it remains my favorite film. O Brother transcends age, tastes, and even sociopolitical leanings.
We are totally green with envy.
O sisters let's go down, Let's go down, come on down, O sisters let's go down, Down in the river to pray As I went down in
It may just be the hope we need: that the Christ who lives is on the move; that the Christ who lives is alive in the world around us; that while we celebrate the resurrection inside our churches, the Body of Christ is alive and well and walking outside our walls.
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For many of us, O Brother was part of a musical education. It helped extend an important Twentieth Century musical legacy into the Twenty-First Century.
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