For History <br>Enthusiasts

Click on the order button below to download all 4 of these Movie Discussion Guides as a ZIP or EXE file. These studies are created for personal or group use and are perfect for your next church film festival (instructions included with order).




Overview
Love movies based on historical events? Then you will love discussing these movies based on the battle of the Alamo, the U.S.'s history of slavery, and World War II.

Session 1 - The Alamo
The Alamo depicts the 1836 13-day standoff between Texans and the Mexican army of Santa Anna. Discuss what this film demonstrates above all: the power of conviction.

Session 2 - Amistad
This film is a sometimes harrowing, ultimately uplifting account of an uprising of African prisoners on a Cuban slave ship, and the dramatic trial which affected the plight of slaves throughout America in the years leading up to the Civil War.

Session 3 - Saving Private Ryan
During World War II, eight American GIs fight their way through D-Day carnage to find a private who lost his three brothers in combat. Examine how it's possible for anyone to maintain mercy and decency when evil abounds.

Session 4 - Schindler's List
Look at this dramatic movie’s themes of rampant evil, the character of heroism, the quandary of human suffering, and salvation with this discussion guide.

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ZIP File
PC and Macintosh compatible. An unzip program is necessary to open this file. Windows users can install a free evaluation version of "WinZip" from WinZip.com. Another free option is installing the free "Stuffit Expander" for Windows users or for Mac users.

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EXE File
PC-compatible only. Windows self-extracting.

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