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In 2013, he had a big box office success with which is forbidding and austere in the extreme.

However, when he and Garrpre arrive in Japan, they quickly realise just how viciously Christianity is being suppressed.In the case of “Elstree 1976,” that group is a handful of actors and actresses who played minor roles in the original “Star Wars.” From the man in the Greedo suit to stormtroopers to Mos Eisley waitresses to X-Wing pilots to David Prowse himself, they each relate their moment in sci-fi lore to the life events that preceded it.For the career actors, it’s almost just as exciting to see them flit through other bits of 70s cinema (a Kubrick classic, “Superman” and “Rollerball” all make cameos as well).Japanese villagers hide them away but the 'inquisitor' is never far behind them.This is a world in which Christians are asked to spit on the cross or to stamp on an image of the Christ to prove they renounce their faith.Generally, though, the emphasis here is on the nature of religious faith - and on the agony of religious doubt.

Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver play Father Rodriguez and Father Garrpre, young Portuguese priests who head to Japan as “an army of two.” They’ve heard disturbing rumours that one of their leaders Father Ferreira (Liam Neeson) has “apostatised” - that’s to say, he has renounced his Christian faith.

The show was hosted by Jillian Barberie and premiered on July 8, 2002.

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We’re on the Avalon, a corporate starship that’s shaped like a spidery double helix.

The spacecraft, which is headed for a prefab interplanetary colony called Homestead II (in the future, it seems, off-world lands will become franchises for those tired of life on earth), is carrying 255 crew members and 5,000 volunteer passengers, all of whom are in a state of suspended animation and set to stay that way for 120 years. But two of the passengers get woken up early: Jim Preston (Pratt), a mechanical engineer who’s jostled to consciousness in his hibernation pod after the ship hits a meteor, and Aurora Lane (Lawrence), a journalist whom Jim deliberately rouses from her slumber so that he’ll have someone to keep him company.

The video site has since reinstated the trailer, but those closest to the film say the months of being kept off the video sharing site have damaged the publicity for the movie.