If that is the case, then our preparation may have been lacking ...
The word Advent derives from the Latin word meaning coming. We may reflect that every year at this time we celebrate his coming , so that in a sense we can lose the feeling of expectancy and joyful anticipation, because at the end of the season, everything seems to return to pretty much the same routine.
In fact, in order for Mary to be able to give the free assent of her faith to the announcement of her vocation, it was necessary that she be wholly borne by God's grace...
(Remember, there were very few silent films since musical soundtracks were used in films since 1920.
And, to add a curious side note, the capacity for "talking" films had been available for several years prior to the 1928 Jazz Singer but was considered unnecessary to film as a rapidly developing, and primarily visual, art form.) You will see below my list of 100 Best Catholic Films in chronological order.
The reader can easily search them out at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or any of the many film vendors on the Internet.
If you don't wish to buy them, you can find out the basic information on any of the films by making use of the International Movie Database at com. Carl Theodore von Dreyer, The Passion of Joan of Arc, 1928.2.
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Krzysztof Kieslowski, A Short Film About Love, 1988.69.
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And, after all, how do we know under what inspiration, or whose inspiration, an "unbelieving" director brought a film into being.
Unlike the 100 Best Catholic Novels, I have not added links to all my recommendations.
Charles Sturridge & Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Brideshead Revisited, 1981.54.