- Morpheus as "Father," Neo as
"Son," Trinity as "Spirit". (See review
at Hollywood Jesus.)
- Angela's Ashes (1999)
- Frankie prays in the name of the Father, the Son and
the Holy Toast. (DVD ch 5)
- "He was the Holy Trinity, my father..." (DVD
- There is a scene when the wife of the sheriff is in a
coma & dying: Powder (the character) takes her hand& can
communicate telepathically to the sheriff what she is thinking &
feeling. I likened it to the role Christ plays as our Mediator with God.
(Deborah G. Seles, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL)
- Babbette's Feast
- I think that Babbette's Feast demonstrates
the Trinity better than any film I've seen. In the dinner a feast is given
in honor of the Father. The servant is not seated but serving (the Son of
Man came not to be served but to serve . . .) from the Kitchen - Babbette.
The General is the Holy Spirit. He explains the Father and the Son. He
quotes the Father and explains the significance of the meal and has only one
reference point to compare it with -- the love feast back in Paris. Jesus
said that the Spirit would remind us of everything Jesus taught us. And he
came not to testify of himself, but of the one who sent him.
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