How does The Sunset Limited hold up as a play turned film? Find out how Jeff, Dylan and Adam think this movie does in using the medium of film to enhance (or take away from) the limited settings and characters. In terms of faith, will this movie be another God’s Not Dead or will it provide the nuance necessary to earn a small stack of silver?
The Sunset Limited is a 2011 HBO film based on the 2006 play of the same name. A subway worker, played by Samuel L. Jackson prevents a professor, played by Tommy Lee Jones, from killing himself by means of the Sunset Limited. After taking the professor to his apartment the subway worker and professor engage in an intense conversation about life, death, faith, and God.
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