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Analyse and explain the way in which a religious theme has been dealt with in a film or television drama.

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Analyse and explain the way in which a religious theme has been dealt with in a film or television drama. We watched a film for our coursework called Bruce Almighty. This film looks at the religious theme of Christianity and whether God is everything religion tells us he is (i.e. ...read more.

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them all that well and he makes a mess of everything, at the end God clears everything up when Bruce realises what he really wants and that is for Grace to be happy and be with a man who will love her a treat her right. ...read more.

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Humour has been used appropriately as well. "I have no bird, I have no bush - God has taken my bird and my bush" - Bruce This quote is taken from when Bruce is having a rant about how unfair his life is and how it is God's fault things aren't going too well for him. The film has shown the religion in a 'good light'. It shows there is more to religion the just going to church every week. ...read more.

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