The Puritans

24min | 2013
How far can one go in an attempt to isolate himself from the 'world' for misguided religious or moral creeds? THE PURITANS examines how 'social hibernation' damages the family structure. A controlling matriarch of a traditional all-American family, has no coping skills in the modern world, so she takes her family to another century and builds up a facade of how she wants to re-imagine her life.

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Topics: Devoutness, Religion, Time Travel, Family Life, Manipulation, Control, Isolation
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B
B
August 5, 2014
B
I believe this is a movie that some people must see and to ensure we stay productive in society.
Thin Places
Thin Places
July 30, 2014
Sadly this film demonstrates the attitude increasingly prevalent concerning a moral foundation--that such is neither necessary nor desired by the average person, a patently false assumption. This film is ultra-liberal propaganda for the State which has already begun its reign of terror and will continue to do so until all moral people are pigeonholed and seen to be silly "puritans." (sic) The truth is, and always has been, that government sees monetary opportunity in any demographic that produces the most money, and since Marxism has, since the late 1960s, produced more money for society, primarily via the secular college system but also through pop media, the State now supports and encourages the so-called "tolerance" propagated, unless, of course, that tolerance is asked to include those who do not provide the necessary wealth to support the State.
Kandi Queen
Kandi Queen
July 8, 2014
D-
What the heck was this?
James Niklam
James Niklam
March 27, 2014
A+
Joan
Joan
January 14, 2014
D
Terri Cook
Terri Cook
January 10, 2014
D-
Camila
K.
Camila K.
January 5, 2014
F