“If a thing is worth doing at all, it’s worth doing badly”, once said G. K. Chesterton. And now Joseph Pearce, about an astoundingly simple new independent film.
“This paradoxical witticism of Chesterton [continues Pearce] was on my mind as I sat down to watch The War of the Vendée, a new film about the forgotten martyrs of the French Revolution.”
Mr. Peare’s reaction is the same as this bloggers.
Read Pearce’s commentary on the movie, The War in the Vendée, at this link, by clicking here.
And do pray for Director Jim Morlino and his marvelous family — including the actors, actresses and friends-on-crew of Navis Pictures.