On a Sunday evening last April, 250 Benedictine College students gathered in the school auditorium to watch a movie. The film featured no thrilling car chases, shoot-outs or bloody battles. Except for one aging star, its actors were complete unknowns. There wasn’t much of a plot and not a single special effect to wow the crowd.
Nevertheless, the audience was inspired.
“The film showed how exciting, and almost cool, it is to be pro-life,” said Gina Zeismer, president of Ravens Respect Life, the Benedictine College pro-life club. “The reaction of the viewers was definitely positive.”
It takes a special kind of film to fire up a group of college kids, and “Thine Eyes: A Witness to the March for Life” is just that.
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