Hello, my friend I hope you are coping well with the pandemic's effects - wherever you are. If and while we have time my friend, let us talk about the frustrating complexity of forgiveness. Movies, no matter how realistic they can strive to be, will always depict an amplified reality - even controlling for realism as much as possible, time will always jump across the life the story being told. Hence it is my view that whatever world that the movie presents - be it, Alain Resnais, Marvel movies or Pixar movies, what matters is what is accomplished in that reality - what has happened within the physics of the improbable worlds of film. And hence we come to the point of the film I want to talk about -- why is it that the ultimate sinner must forgive himself and is forgiven by others? With this film —
Who are the three Christian murderers?