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Bishop Barron on Netflix’s “Unorthodox” and the Modern Myth of Origins
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 28, 2020 .
In my newest video commentary, I talk about “Unorthodox,” a mini-series that debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago. It’s an admittedly compelling and well-acted drama, but more than a little problematic.
“Unorthodox” and the Modern Myth of Origins
by Bishop Robert Barron . May 26, 2020 .
Unorthodox, a mini-series that debuted on Netflix a few weeks ago, is the story of a young woman who escapes from her oppressive Hasidic community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and finds freedom with a group of welcoming friends in Berlin. I offer this description with tongue pretty firmly in cheek, because,…