Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Summer's End

My friend James Lark, along with others, has produced a film entitled Summer's End. I first saw it this past autumn at a party hosted by James and friends. It was rather well done, by turns humourous and moving, with, perhaps, some implied social critique as well. I quite enjoyed it, so I was pleased to see that he has uploaded it to YouTube. I post it here not only because it is well done, nor because it features someone who has become a dear friend, but also because it is at heart a theological performance. (After all, summer's end is the fall.) It is well worth a viewing. Enjoy.

(Should the embedded picture feature not work, you may link directly to YouTube and watch it here.)

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