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Okay Xtian indie with a dystopian theme
"Rumors of Wars" is an okay Xtian indie with a dystopian theme. Although uneven, the acting and directing are better than in most efforts like this. If (like me) you're sympathetic to it's anti-globalist politics, it's not excessively religious.
Full Disclosure: I'm not an Abrahamic believer. Yes angry atheists, it's possible to be a non-believer without turning into a raging, raving Christaphobe. Try it some time.
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